In the middle of last month, Beasley caught heat when speaking about the leadership of Bills quarterback Josh Allen or the perceived lack thereof.
Beasley quote-tweeted a report about Houston Texans rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud, who was commended for his leadership skills and even compared to Dallas Cowboys signal-caller Dak Prescott by Texans receiver Noah Brown.
“Dak is by far the best leader I’ve played with,” Beasley wrote. “Dak’s huddle presence is something that can’t be taught. That says a lot if this is true.”
It seemed like a harmless tweet but Bills fans were not happy about him complimenting the quarterback he played with for three seasons. Bills Mafia took it as a diss to Allen. This perceived overlooking of the Bills quarterback drew comments from fans unhappy with Beasley’s statement.
It took almost two weeks, but Beasley once again spoke on Twitter as he shared a video from Kellen Moore that also shared some big praise for Prescott.
He made it a point to note he was not throwing shade at Allen.
“I’m saying…and Bills fans think I’m throwing shade but I’m not,” Beasley tweeted. “Dak is just different.”
He then responded to a fan that said he “keeps coming” at Bills fans.
“This is my point. I’m not coming at billsmafia,” Beasley responded. “Y’all get sensitive when I praise any other qb. It’s crazy. Lol”
Back in March, he pissed off Bills fans yet again when many accused him of “slander” when he shared that he considered Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes the top two quarterbacks in the NFL.
The 34-year-old began the 2022 season with the Buccaneers, but announced his retirement after only a pair of games. He reversed course on that decision in December, signing a deal allowing him to resume his tenure with the Bills.
Beasley totaled just six catches in Buffalo last season. He remains a free agent at the time of publication.
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