Cole Beasley Fires Back At The NFL For Making Him Sit Out After Positive Test

Cole Beasley Fires Back At NFL For Making Him Sit Out After Positive Test

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  • Cole Beasley fired back at the NFL for making him sit out 10 days after testing positive.
  • The Bills wide receiver claims he could definitely still play this week, but the NFL’s rules won’t let him.
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Cole Beasley of the Buffalo Bills has far and away been the most outspoken player in the NFL when it comes to not wanting to take recommended precautions during this worldwide health crisis.

From purchasing tickets for fans who refuse to get vaccinated to dropping a vaccine diss track, Beasley has made his views on the subject very clear.

So when Cole Beasley tested positive this week and the NFL informed him that he would not be playing against the New England Patriots this weekend, he had something to say about it.

Beasley wrote on Instagram, “just to be clear,” that the fact that he is now infected isn’t the reason why he will miss the next 10 days, but merely the NFL’s rules that are keeping him at home.

He also pointed out that one of his teammate who did take the jab is currently “in the hospital missing games,” adding, “I’m sure he didn’t get this same energy.” Whatever that means.

“Thank you for those who support. Everyone else, if you don’t get what’s happening then there is nothing anybody can do for you,” Beasley closed his statement.

For the record, 96 percent of NFL players have chosen to do the opposite of Cole Beasley and have received some form of the vaccine.

Some are speculating that the player Beasley is referring to is Bills offensive lineman Jonathan Feliciano, but he tweeted that he only spent some time in the emergency room. He too will miss 10 days, including this coming Sunday, missing one game, and is not “in the hospital missing games.”

Cole Beasley Fires Back NFL For Making Him Sit Out After Positive Test


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