BREAKING: He's RETIRING Immediately - NFL Fans In SHOCK...

October 7, 2022

Bucaneers player Cole Beasley signed with the Bucs just two weeks ago, and he is already retiring.

Beasley has played 11 seasons in the NFL and just 2 games with the Tampa Bay Bucaneers.

"Beasley was signed to Tampa Bay's practice squad on Sept. 20 and appeared in games against the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs before hanging up his cleats," reported Fox.

"He is ready to be with his family after playing 11 seasons, and it's time to be a full-time dad and husband," Beasley’s agent Joel Turner said.

"His wife and kids are still back home in Texas. They came out for the first game, went through the evacuation last week which the Tampa Bay organization hasn't received near the credit they deserve for the way they handled [Hurricane Ian] — nothing but first class by the Glazer family, [general manager] Jason [Licht] and [coach] Todd [Bowles]. He doesn't want to be separated from them anymore. He loves his wife and kids and wants to be with them," Turner added.

Beasley remained unvaccinated against COVID-19.

His refusal to be vaccinated was a hotly debated topic, and Beasley was fined roughly $100,000 for repeatedly violating COVID-19 protocols during the 2021 season.

In Beasley's 11 seasons, he had 554 catches for 5,726 yards and 24 touchdowns.

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