More ‘tough as nails’ praise came for Bills WR Cole Beasley

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Cole Beasley gave an 11 word answer when asked to update his health following the Buffalo Bills’ win over the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday.

Beasley, who caught all seven of his targets in the 27-24 win for 57 yards, simply said he’ll be “all right.”

Mild-mannered when typically behind the microphone (in a press conference setting, at least) like he was on Saturday, everyone else had a lot more to say about his efforts. Beasley, playing through a knee injury, let his toughness do the talking.

Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen said Beasley was “tough as nails” for suiting up.

“To come out and play the way he did was awesome for us,” Allen said.

A day later on Monday, Bills head coach Sean McDermott agreed with Allen’s take so much… he repeated them.

“He’s a stud, just like Josh said, he’s tough as nails,” McDermott said via video conference.

“I can go on and on about how I feel about Cole Beasley. He’s a tough, smart competitor for us,” added offensive coordinator Brian Daboll on Monday as well.

But McDermott did add a bit of a further positive note. Beasley will play once again in Buffalo’s upcoming divisional round meeting on Saturday against the Baltimore Ravens. No setbacks for the slot receiver.

” He loves to compete and he did a great job along with our training staff in getting ready last week,” McDermott said. “He’ll be ready to go.”

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