The NFL can’t allow teams to cut unvaccinated players
Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane was recently asked whether he would cut an unvaccinated player that is on the roster bubble of his team.
“Yeah, I would, because it would be an advantage,” Beane said in an interview with One Bills Live via Sal Maiorana of the “Rochester Democrat and Chronicle”
“These meetings were not as productive as before. I mean, you guys saw it in the fieldhouse,” he added. “We had three and four meetings going on, and sometimes you’re talking over each other, but it was the only way to pull it off and be socially distant, so it would be an advantage to cut a player and fall under that umbrella.”
The NFL has now come out and made it clear that teams cannot cut players because they haven’t been vaccinated, according to Mark Maske of “The Washington Post.”
Now of course a team could release a player because they’re unvaccinated and just say it was for other reasons. It might be hard for the NFLPA to prove otherwise.
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