Cole Beasley could be on the way.
The Buffalo Bills confirmed to NFL Media on Friday that they have given the wide receiver permission to seek a trade.
“They came towards us. We listened and allowed them to seek a commercial partner,” Bills general manager Brandon Beane told NFL reporter Mike Garafolo.
Still, Beane said that “no door is closed” should Beasley not find circumstances he is happier with.
Beasley who was voice on social media about his decision not to get vaccinated against COVID-19, played in 16 games for the Bills last season.
While Beasley had 82 receptions in both 2020 and 2021, he mustered fewer yards last season. In 2020, he averaged 11.8 yards per catch and had 967 receiving yards. In 2021, Beasley’s average dropped to 8.5 yards per reception, and he had 693 receiving yards.
Beasley, 32, played 10 seasons in the NFL and spent his first seven years in Dallas before joining Buffalo.
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