Cole Beasley Becomes Latest Player To Rip NFLPA Over COVID Restrictions

Early on Thursday morning, I wrote up an article about Joe Mixon absolutely dragging the NFL Players Association on Wednesday after the organization agreed with the NFL to implement -- or continue, in some cases -- extreme COVID restrictions for unvaccinated players.

Meanwhile, vaccinated players are allowed to return to normal.

In that article, I said that Mixon likely wasn't the only NFL player who feels betrayed by the NFLPA, and based on the information we got on Thursday, that speculation has turned into fact. Buffalo Bills starting wide receiver Cole Beasley is the latest to voice his displeasure with the league and NFLPA.

And like Mixon, Beasley took to social media to air his grievances. Check it out.

It sounds like some of the players aren't going to go down without a fight. They're clearly against taking the vaccine, and they're going to fight for their right not to have to do so without that decision affecting the way they can do their job.

Will they win out? Eh, it's doubtful, but that's not stopping them from at least trying.

Once again, don't be surprised if Beasley continues to speak out on this issue. He's already been willing to speak out in the past on other related topics. He mocked Dr. Fauci over masks about a month ago.

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Clint Lamb is a College Football Writer for OutKick. Managing Editor for Roll Tide Wire. Sports radio host for The Bullpen on 730/103.9 The UMP. Co-host for The 'Bama Beat podcast through The Tuscaloosa News and