Bills’ Cole Beasley slams NFL’s updated COVID-19 protocols in Twitter rant, calls NFLPA a ‘joke’

Cole Beasley is not a fan of the NFL’s new COVID-19 protocols.

The Bills receiver challenged the league’s new policy that grants vaccinated players more freedom than unvaccinated players. The rule adjustments are as follows, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

Most notable among the new NFL rules is that vaccinated players are no longer subject to daily COVID testing. Additionally, vaccinated players do not have to self-quarantine after high-risk exposure to COVID.

During this time, unvaccinated players are not allowed to leave the hotel while the team is traveling while vaccinated players can do so and interact with vaccinated family and friends.

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After seeing these protocols, Beasley posted a series of heartbreaking tweets and called the NFL Players Association a “joke.”

Beasley went on to explain that he believes the NFL only enforces these rules because it gives the league “the freedom to make as much money as possible again.”

While Beasley is among the unvaccinated Bills for the time being, coach Sean McDermott recently said the team are “headed in the right direction” as they seek to hit the 85% staff threshold to fully reopen their business. establishment.

“We try to do our best to educate, raise awareness, but at the end of the day the players you are referring to have to make their own decision,” McDermott said, by Marcel Louis-Jacque from ESPN. “We feel like we know in our country and in the league where and how things are improving. And for me, there is a direct correlation with the vaccination of people. Again, I would like to continue to see our team move in that direction Continue to displace more people who get vaccinated.

“I certainly respect everyone’s position. That being said, that’s really where I am and where we are at. It’s good to have the guys here. But I think the reality of our situation is. that now – but also for sure to come in the fall – training camp protocols will continue to be enforced, especially for those who are unvaccinated when it comes to masking and the various things that are in place. will look like, especially for those who are not vaccinated in the fall. “



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