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Cole Beasley played in playoff games ... with broken leg

Postby PonyPride » Tue Jan 26, 2021 11:44 am

From buffalobills.com:

Cole Beasley played through a broken fibula to finish his career season
Jan 25, 2021 at 04:07 PM

Maddy Glab
Multi-media journalist

Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley had a career season that many slot receivers would be proud to have. The second-year Bills player caught a career-high 82 passes for a career-high 967 receiving yards. He scored four touchdowns and averaged a career-best 11.8 yards per catch.

Beasley concluded his historic season in a heroic way. The wide receiver announced in his final media session of the season that he broke his fibula during Buffalo's Week 16 game against the Patriots.

"It's not a full break," Beasley explained. "It was bad the first game I played, but after that you take a few meds and suck it up."

After breaking his fibula, Beasley had a week of rehab and missed the Week 17 game against the Dolphins. He returned for the next game, which was the Wild Card game against the Colts.

"I knew the next game was probably out of the question," Beasley said about his absence in Week 17. "They kind of told me it was, so that one hurt a little bit. But there was no way that I was going to miss the playoff game, especially after watching in Week 17. So I was going to figure it out, one way or the other."

Press release with video can be seen HERE.
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