Cole Beasley Reveals Bills Details After Declining Vaccine
The Buffalo Bills are back at St. John Fisher University in two weeks, as they begin another training camp. The rookies will report on July 18th, with the veterans reporting on July 25th.
The Bills' roster is as good or better than it was a year ago, yet they have not had as many national experts loving them heading into this season. Many still have the Bills as one of the best teams in the NFL, but not finishing above the Kansas City Chiefs or Cincinnati Bengals...some even having the Bills missing the playoffs altogether, which is a little excessive.
The Bills might still end up signing free agent wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, but for now it appears Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Khalil Shakir, Deonte Harty and Trent Sherfield will be the receivers that quarterback Josh Allen has to work with.
Cole Beasley is still a free agent. He played with the Bills from 2019-2022, before being released in March of 2022. Beasley played for the Tamps Bay Buccaneers early in the 2022 season, retired, then came out of retirement to sign with the Bills in December.
If you remember, Beasley famously made headlines in the spring of 2021 after tweeting his thoughts on the COVID-19 vaccine. Beasley was/is against the vaccine, which caused a firestorm of controversy on social media.
Beasley told Outkick and FOX Sports reporter Armando Salguero that he saw a "change" in how he was treated and perceived among both Bills fans and the Bills organization after he said "no" to the vaccine.
Beasley admits fans are one thing but it's different when it's the people inside the Bills building.
These comments might suggest Beasley is not expecting to be brought back by Buffalo.