Cole Beasley is not a fan of the vaccine and is not afraid to tell people about it.
The Buffalo Bills receiver took to Twitter on Thursday and targeted the NFLPA and expressed frustrations with the NFL’s COVID protocols for the upcoming season.
“This is crazy,” the Bills wideout tweeted. “Did we vote on this? I stay in the hotel. We still have meetings. We will all be together. Vaccinated players can go out the hotel and bring covid back in to where I am. So what does it matter if I stay in the hotel now? 100 percent immune with vaccination? No.”
Beasley then oddly compared the odds of him playing a decade in the NFL being lower than the odds of someone who is already vaccinated contracting COVID.
“The players association is a joke. Call it something different. It’s not for the players. Everyone gives me the 98 percent of people who are vaccinated don’t get covid again. The odds of me getting in the NFL and playing for 10 years are lower than that and I’m here.”
“That’s all…I don’t know who I need to talk to but someone has to get it right,” Beasley continued. “That’s why I’m on here. Hopefully the right people will see it and at least think about how all this NFLPA stuff works. It needs to be changed.”
The NFL cannot make players get the COVID-19 vaccine, but they can make things difficult for players who refuse to get the shot.
Players who receive the vaccine will have few restrictions on and off the field in 2021. Players who are not fully vaccinated, however, will be very limited in what they can and cannot do.
The NFL is looking to get as close as “back to normal” as possible in 2021 including stadiums being filled to capacity.