Marina Pitofsky
The Hill

June 19, 2021

NFL player Cole Beasley said that he does not plan to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and threatened to defy league protocol for players amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“Hi, I’m Cole Beasley and I’m not vaccinated,” the wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills shared in a statement on Twitter on Friday. “I will be outside doing what I do. I’ll be out in the public. If your  scared of me then steer clear, or get vaccinated. Point. Blank. Period.” 

“I may die of covid, but I’d rather die actually living. I have family members whose days are numbered. If they want to come see me and stay at my house then they are coming regardless of protocol,” he added.

The NFL and the NFL Players Association earlier this month agreed to new COVID-19 guidance, lifting most rules for those who have been vaccinated. 

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3 thought on “Unvaccinated NFL player rips league’s COVID-19 rules: ‘I’d rather die actually living’”
  1. Good to see one of these professional athletes speaking out. Going forward in time, life is going to get increasingly difficult for those of us refusing the kill shot. Tonight I turned on Newsmax for just a minute, and saw on the ticker at the bottom the new propaganda line, which is that cases in the south are going up because they have “shunned” the injections. Of course, no mention that “cases” simply refers to a positive PCR test. Also, on Patrick Henningsen’s twitter, I saw a couple of videos of them force vaccinating people, as in police show up with nurses/doctors and needles. It’s quite frightening to see them moving forward with the agenda at such a fast pace.

  2. Good for Cole. I’m happy to see a white male with a spine speak out. ( Because balls are soft and non- structured) The majority of them in this sad country ain’t doing it and most are getting the Jab or still wearing the face diaper. Oh Rome the end of thine is near.

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