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Bills WR Cole Beasley said he played through a broken fibula during the postseason.
Beasley was on the injury report with a "knee" injury for most of the playoffs. He suffered it in Week 16 and was apparently more impacted by it during the Wild Card Round and Divisional Round. He hauled in 7-of-9 targets for 88 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, however. Beasley could undergo offseason surgery at some point, depending on how bad the break is.
Bills WR Cole Beasley caught seven passes for 88 yards in Sunday's Championship round loss to the Chiefs.
Beasley looked like himself again on Sunday, leading the team in receptions after fighting through a knee injury. Beasley finished his 2020 season with over 1,000 yards (including post-season) and four receiving touchdowns. He's a perfect WR3/FLEX option for leagues that award points per reception in 2021.
Bills WR Cole Beasley (knee) was once again removed from the injury report and will play against the Chiefs in Sunday's AFC Championship.
Beasley popped up on the injury report on Thursday, getting in a limited session. This was likely just a maintenance day, however. Beasley hasn't been 100 percent this postseason but continues to suit up for a Buffalo team with championship aspirations.
Cole Beasley (knee) was added back onto the injury report on Thursday, getting in a limited practice session.
Beasley was removed from the injury report on Wednesday. It isn't ideal to see him back on it, but this is likely just a maintenance day that had to be reported. Beasley has been playing through his knee injury and is fully expected to suit up against the Chiefs on Sunday.
Bills WR Cole Beasley (knee) has been removed from the team's injury report ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Beasley failed to catch the two targets he saw against the Ravens in the team's AFC Divisional Round win. The slot receiver is a critical part of the Bills offense and his removal from the injury report is a great sign that he will be more involved like he was in the Wild Card Round, hauling in seven of nine targets for 57 yards against the Colts. With Stefon Diggs playing at an All-Pro level, Beasley could see more opportunities and targets as the Chiefs may opt to place Diggs in double coverage in order to contain his explosive play-making ability.
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