The receiver does not want to know anything with the sanitary protocols and announces that he will go against the league to be able to say present in the game this Sunday in Massachusetts.
Since the health protocols against the Coronavirus began to be established in the National Football League (NFL), one of the players most reluctant to comply with this measure was the receiver of Buffalo Bills, Cole Beasley, who has publicly declared “anti-vaccines”.
And although during the bulk of the 2021 season he has been able to overcome the pandemic with relative success, this Tuesday it was confirmed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and must be 10 days off the grills, missing the game this Sunday, when they visit New england patriots.
However, Beasley does not want to know anything about that issue, and in his social networks he launched a direct threat towards the NFL, ensuring that going to play the weekend at Foxborough, without caring about the health of his colleagues and colleagues, also emphasizing his stance against Coronavirus vaccines.
Cole Beasley’s threat to the NFL by Coronavirus
“Just to make it clear, COVID will not keep me out of this game. The rules will, because vaccinated items play with COVID every week now because they are not tested “, assured the receiver in his social networks.
In his post, Beasley along with adding that “I feel fine with mild symptoms” and that “I hope to return soon with my teammates”, he added in his statement that “I’m sure he didn’t get this same energy. Thanks for those who support. Everyone else, if they don’t understand what is happening, there is nothing anyone can do about it“.
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Cole Beasley challenges the NFL and wants to play against New England Patriots infected with Coronavirus