Fans demolish Bills receiver Cole Beasley after he posts lengthy message explaining why he doesn’t want COVID-19 vaccine

Jason Simpson
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NFL fans have relentlessly torched Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley across social media after he posted a lengthy explanation as to why he doesn’t want to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

The drama began when Beasley posted the tweet to his account. Fans responded with many different kinds of messages mocking the veteran receiver.

This is a situation that could have been avoided for Beasley, but he seems unapologetic about the way it has unfolded. After a year in which countless lives have been lost to the pandemic, it’s easy to understand why many fans feel that Beasley’s comments were upsetting.

Beasley, 32, played for the Dallas Cowboys for the first seven seasons of his career and has spent the past two with the Bills.

Beasley’s best seasons have come with Buffalo. In the 2019-20 season, he caught 67 passes for 778 yards and scored six times. In the 2020-21 season, he caught 82 passes for 967 yards and scored four times.

Surely, some fans will likely have a hard time rooting for Beasley given the recent situation.

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