NFL fined player who refuses to get vaccinated against Coronavirus


The decision was made for not respecting the measures for those athletes who chose not to inoculate.

Cole Beasley (Photo: Getty Images)


Cole Beasley (Photo: Getty Images)

Not content with publicly speaking out against Coronavirus vaccines, getting in line to lead the group of players who refuse to inoculate, the wide receiver Cole beasley has been fined by the National Football League (NFL).

The player of Buffalo bills, who has been in quarantine since Monday, having had contact with the physical trainer who tested positive for COVID, was surprised with his partner Isaiah McKenzie without using a mask, something that those not vaccinated must have.

As announced by the chain NFL Network, Beasley will have to pay the NFL a fine of $ 14,650., this as the first sanction to those players not inoculated against the Coronavirus who refuse to use a mask and / or the tracking device.

Cole Beasley sanctioned by NFL under Coronavirus protocol

This is the first measure against those who violate the sanitary protocols imposed by the competition for the 2021 season, since if these actions are repeated, athletes risk losing a week’s pay and / or being suspended for four games without pay.

Recall that when he announced his decision not to be vaccinated against the Coronavirus, Beasley was emphatic in warning that if they want they will fine me. My lifestyle and how I live it are more important than a dollar. I would even play for free; If I am forced to retire, so be it. I have enjoyed all these years that I have been able to play. I would have much more time to share with my family and my children “.

Twitter: @TomPelissero

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