The NFL try to start training camps with as many vaccinated players as possible. There have been several league strategies to encourage the vaccination of its athletes, but Buffalo Bills he considered taking everything further. Faced with the threat of cutting off those who refused to be immunized, the organization warned that the measure is illegal.
The general manager of Buffalo Bills, Brandon Beane generated a lot of controversy after his participation in the podcast, One Bills Live. The manager was directly questioned if, taking into account that he manages a squad of 53 players, he would be able to cut a player for refusing the vaccine. The GM’s answer was a resounding “yes”.
“You saw him on the training ground, sometimes we had three to four meetings, and sometimes they were talking to each other. But it was the only way to achieve it and to distance oneself socially. So it would be an advantage to cut a player and fall under that umbrella “were the words of the leader of the Bills about the topic.
The NFL has been clear with respect to certain measures that will be taken for the start of the training camps. Although most of the protocols are not yet defined, it has been taken for granted that vaccinated players will be freed from a large part of the sanitary restrictions that were in force since the beginning of the previous campaign.
However, given the statements issued from within Buffalo Bills, stressed that vaccination will not be a requirement for players. While there are benefits for those vaccinated, those who make the decision not to get the COVID-19 vaccine will simply have to remain subject to health limitations. The termination of the contract is not contemplated by the NFL in case someone refuses to be immunized.
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