The Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl in Super Bowl LII and did so with a one-point victory over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The Eagles clung to a 24-21 lead at one point in the fourth quarter, but Brady and the Patriots came back to win the game on a touchdown pass from Brady to wide receiver Julian Edelman with just 29 seconds remaining.

In recent weeks, Cole Beasley has been making headlines for his refusal to stand during the national anthem, and his refusal to speak with reporters. Beasley has said that he will continue to do so until the league changes the anthem policy. Recently, Beasley has invited Colin Kaepernick, who is currently suing the NFL, to join him and the Cowboys as an unsigned free agent.

I’ve never been a fan of Colin Kaepernick and the Colin Kaepernick Foundation. However, I do understand how the anti-vaccine movement is rooted in poor parenting. It is problematic that some people view doctors as the enemy. It’s also problematic that some people view the government as the enemy. Sometimes, if you want respect, you have to start with respect.I don’t think Cole Beasley is looking to become the anti-vaccine version of Colin Kaepernick. I think Cole Beasley wants to become a “Fox News Superstar”.

Wide receiver Cole Beasley of the Buffalo Bills has become the face of the anti-vaxx movement in the NFL. His adamant opposition to the COVID-19 vaccination, along with his willingness to argue his position on social media, has considerably boosted the previously unknown slot receiver’s visibility in recent weeks.

At least one famous NFL insider, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, believes this is a more well-thought-out strategy than it seems. Beasley, according to the lawyer-turned-analyst, is attempting to be released from the Bills for personal gain.

Several NFL players have expressed their opposition to vaccines.

In recent weeks, a few NFL players have publicly expressed their opposition to the COVID-19 vaccination. “I haven’t caught COVID yet, so I don’t see myself treating COVID till I do,” Montez Sweat told reporters.

The NFL recently issued a letter saying that if a group of unvaccinated players or personnel causes an unreschedulable game delay due to a COVID-19 epidemic, teams may forfeit games and, as a consequence, players may lose game checks. DeAndre Hopkins of the Arizona Cardinals reacted with a now-deleted tweet expressing his dislike to the vaccination and a threat to resign.

Beasley, on the other hand, has been the most vocal. He responded to a report in May about Dr. Anthony Fauci stating that vaccinated individuals don’t need to wear masks outside. “I do it without getting vaccinated,” Beasley wrote. Is this now against the law?”

Since then, Beasley has participated in debates with both large and small social media users. His anti-vax comments even prompted Mark Cuban to make a joking offer to purchase Beasley’s wife a piece of Pfizer stock.

With NFL training camps and the season quickly approaching, Beasley’s internet antics have some wondering whether the Bills organization can handle it.

Mike Florio believes wide receiver Cole Beasley of the Buffalo Bills wants to be released.

If today’s NFL letter imposing forfeitures for outbreaks involving unvaccinated players hasn’t altered his mind, then maybe he really wants to be released by the Bills. https://t.co/74FtWx03oq

July 23, 2021 — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk)

Despite the fact that he claims, “I don’t want to continue to give the man a platform for a viewpoint that I think, substantively, is wrong,” Florio went to his PFT and NBC platforms to address Beasley’s most recent remarks.

Beasley’s conduct and reluctance to receive the vaccination have fueled speculation that the Bills would release the nine-year veteran. Florio added to this by speculating that Beasley may be attempting to accomplish that goal:

I’m beginning to wonder whether he’s trying to position himself as a modern-day Colin Kaepernick. Maybe he knows the Bills aren’t pleased about it, and he’s in danger of being cut. And it’s possible that he simply wants to be. Maybe he’ll go all-in and say, “Fine, cut me, and if no one else signs me, then I’ll be the anti-vax Colin Kaepernick,” and he’ll become a Fox News sensation.

Florio said, “I just feel like Beasley has something more going on here.” He went on to suggest that unless Beasley is being “totally irresponsible” and “careless,” the former SMU Mustang is likely using a “plan.”

Florio concludes that Beasley’s plan has his telling himself, “‘I’ll become for the Right – and I hate that it’s a political subject – but when it comes to vaccinations, I’ll become for the Right what Colin Kaepernick became for the Left.”

When is Cole Beasley going to be cut by the Bills?

(L-R) Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio broadcasts during the 2018 NFL Annual Meetings at the Ritz Carlton Orlando, Great Lakes on March 26, 2018 in Orlando, Florida; Cole Beasley of the Buffalo Bills during OTA workouts at Highmark Stadium on June 2, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York.

(L-R) Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio broadcasts during the 2018 NFL Annual Meetings at the Ritz Carlton Orlando, Great Lakes on March 26, 2018 in Orlando, Florida; Cole Beasley of the Buffalo Bills during OTA workouts at Highmark Stadium on June 2, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk and Buffalo Bills’ Cole Beasley | Photo by B51/Mark Brown/Getty Images; Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images

There are three scenarios in which the Bills might release Beasley.

A.) Florio may be right, and Beasley may continue to press until the Bills release him. B.) Florio may be mistaken about Beasley’s intentions, but Buffalo may tire of the distractions or need to cut him to meet the NFL’s 85 percent criteria. Or C.) Beasley’s Twitter account has no bearing on the situation, and the Bills will simply release him because he’s a 32-year-old pass-catcher with a $7.3 million salary cost in a youthful, deep receiving group.

Whatever happens, there are a few important days to keep an eye on to see whether Beasley is fired by Buffalo.

The Bills will begin training camp with 90 players. According to USA Today, the roster must reach 85 players by August 17 after the team’s first preseason game (August 13 against the Detroit Lions). The team must then be reduced to 80 players by August 24, three days after the second preseason game against the Chicago Bears.

The Bills will make the largest cut of the preseason after their game against the Green Bay Packers on August 28th, moving from an 80-man roster to a standard 53-man roster.

This means by September 1, at the latest, we’ll know where to tune in to watch Beasley on TV. If Florio’s wrong, it will likely be the Bills’ Week 1 matchup vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers. If Florio’s right, it could be Fox & Friends.  

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