• Cole Beasley is unlikely to reunite with the Buffalo Bills
  • He could be of use to other teams in need of a proven wide receiver
  • Beasley admits he does not regret leaving the Bills

Cole Beasley remains a free agent, but there is a possibility that some NFL team may pick him up.

However, it appears that he is not inclined to join one ballclub–the Buffalo Bills.

It will be recalled that the 33-year-old wide receiver was released by the Bills after Beasley requested to be traded.

Bills general manager Brandon Beane had wanted to keep the Texas native, but that never happened.

Instead, Buffalo ended up saving against the salary cap when they let go of Beasley.

Like other players, the possibility of a reunion was suggested. But this was before he spoke about his time with the NFL team.

Beasley posted on Twitter his feeling about the Bills.

He had a lot of good things to say about the Bills' fans, saying that he had the most fun playing football in Buffalo.

"I appreciate the fans who supported me. The most fun I've ever had playing football in Buffalo. My family and I will never forget the memories. Love all of my teammates there," he tweeted.

However, it was not entirely smooth sailing for Beasley as he likewise mentioned how he does not regret leaving the Bills, especially with the changes that happened within the organization.

"I won't regret leaving though. Things changed within the organization. It was time for me to move on," Beasley added.

Beasley performed well for the Bills and was even named to a second-team All-Pro in 2020.

Aside from that, he also almost surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his football career.

But like some players, Beasley had his share of controversy outside the field as he was fined multiple times for breaking COVID-19 protocols, roughly amounting to about $100,000.

There was also that incident in December where Beasley was forced to sit out due to a COVID-19 test.

This forced him to miss a key game against the New England Patriots which determined the control of the AFC East.

Beasley remains a free agent as of this writing. However, there is a chance he could be back on the field soon if any NFL team wants to take a chance on him.

Unfortunately, the list of potential squads he may play for does not include the Bills.

Cole Beasley #11 of the Buffalo Bills
Cole Beasley #11 of the Buffalo Bills David Eulitt/Getty Images