Last year was filled with a ton of controversy for Cole Beasley who openly called out the NFL on vaccine rules as well as mask mandates.
His production doesn’t seem to be enough for the team to want him back, because Mike Garafolo is reporting that the Bills have given the veteran WR permission to seek out a trade with another team. According to Garafolo, there is trade interest in Beasley from other teams.
Bills GM Brandon Beane informed Garafolo that they were approached by Beasley and his reps about finding a trade, but they haven’t closed the door on him actually returning to Buffalo for the 2022 season.
After spending seven years with the Cowboys — Beasley finished out the final year of his four-year, $13.6 million contract. He would then sign a four-year deal worth $29 million with the Bills.
In 2021, Beasley appeared in 16 games for the Bills and caught 82 passes for 693 yards receiving and a touchdown.