Cole Beasley

Buffalo Bills Star Sells Sprawling NY Home & Retires from NFL
Buffalo Bills Star Sells Sprawling NY Home & Retires from NFL
Former Buffalo Bills star, Cole Beasley left the team and was planning on playing with Tom Brady in Tampa but after a week, he decided to retire. He wants to spend more time being a dad. When he left the Bills, he put his Orchard Park home on the market. It sold on October 17th for $1.2 million. Check out this sprawling estate that the former Buffalo Bills wide receiver used to live in. It has 6 bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms, a three-and-a-half car heated garage, and sits on 4.6 acres. It also has stunning American Hickory Hand Dressed Engineered Floors. The home is nearly seven thousand square feet. It's pretty modest for an NFL player if you ask me.
Did New York Vax Rules Drive This Buffalo Bill Out Of Town?
Did New York Vax Rules Drive This Buffalo Bill Out Of Town?
The Buffalo Bills polarizing wide receiver, Cole Beasley, wants out of town. The former All-Pro target has asked his western New York NFL franchise for a trade. The Bills were knocking on the doorstep of the Super Bowl this year and are one of the odds-on favorites to be next year. Josh Allen is one of the most prolific passing quarterbacks in the NFL. Why would Beasley want out?
Buffalo Players Offer to Buy Away Tix for Unvaxxed Fans
Buffalo Players Offer to Buy Away Tix for Unvaxxed Fans
Hours after Buffalo Bills and Sabres ownership announced that all fans attending games at Highmark Stadium and KeyBank Center, home of the NHL franchise, a few of the Bills players sympathized with unvaccinated distraught Bills fans and offered to "buy" them tickets to away contests for the team at stadiums without such restrictions. It brings up an interesting question for the organization. They are mandating their fans to be vaccinated but they are not mandating their players. Or are they?