NFL: Bills WR Cole Beasley deletes his Twitter account

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Controversial Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley deleted his Twitter account.

The move came in the hours since the Bills beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

Beasley, 32, used the account to share his opposition to the NFL’s vaccination policies on his now-deleted @Bease11 handle and recently complained that Bills’ fans were booing him for his anti-vaccination stance.

He recently told unvaccinated fans via social media that he would pick up the tab if they could find tickets to a road game they can attend, after it was announced that the Bills’ Highmark Stadium would require proof of vaccinations for entry.

The Bills are currently one of six teams — the Seattle Seahawks, Las Vegas Raiders, New Orleans Saints, and Los Angeles Rams and Chargers are the others — that play in jurisdictions with advanced COVID-19 protocols that can include either proof of vaccinations or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours. The order from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health took effect last Thursday.

Beasley played only 22 snaps in the Bills’ 38-20 win against the Chiefs, recording one catch for 5 yards.

He has 26 receptions for 215 yards this season, his third since signing with Buffalo (4-1) in 2019.

–Field Level Media

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