The Buffalo Bills have granted permission for 33-year-old receiver Cole Beasley to seek a trade, according to the NFL Network.
Bills general manager Brandon Beane said the Bills would welcome Beasley back if he doesn’t find a trade partner in the market and stated that “No door is closed.”
The slot receiver was largely in headlines last season for his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine and masking requirements against the spread of the virus.
Beasley caught 82 receptions last season for 693 yards and just one touchdown.
If he ultimately returns to Buffalo, it’ll be hard for him to make any noise behind stud receiver Stefon Diggs and tight end Dawson Knox.
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