Veteran Buffalo Bills wideout Cole Beasley took to Twitter to let everyone know how furious he is with the COVID-19 protocols.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley has made it more than clear that he’s not getting the COVID-19 vaccination. Several players across the NFL have come out and said they won’t be doing so too. Well, the NFL’s new policies for vaccinated vs. unvaccinated players has come out and countless playmakers are furious.
In case you missed it, unvaccinated players during training camp and preseason will get tested every day, they’ll have to wear masks, they must socially distance themselves from teammates and more. That won’t be the case for players who have received the vaccine. Beasley called out the NFLPA over the latest updated policies.
Buffalo Bills wideout Cole Beasley couldn’t be more furious with the new COVID-19 requirements
As you can see in the tweets above, Beasley really is incredibly angry with the way things have played out. It does feel like life will be completely different for players who have been vaccinated, compared to the players who haven’t received any doses.
Alas, this is what’s been decided and Beasley will need to follow these protocols if he wants to hit the field for Buffalo throughout the campaign. The same will be the case for superstar quarterback Josh Allen, who has said he won’t discuss whether or not he’s going to get vaccinated.
Buffalo recorded a sensational campaign in 2020, which saw them win the AFC East and advance to the AFC Championship Game. Things ended with a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, but the Bills will be hungry for revenge this winter. Leading up to that, though, we could see some more COVID-19 drama with the team if players test positive or are close contacts.