Cole Beasley Upper Back Injury Speculation

Cole Beasley suffered an upper back injury that sent him to the Non-Football Injury (NFI) list on Wednesday July 30th just after training camp started. Any injury that suffered outside of football-related activities warrants placement on the list at the beginning of training camp. 

As there are not many details out yet, there is only speculation as to what he could be dealing with. There are some clues that could indicate when he suffered the injury which could narrow down when he suffered the injury and his timeline.

Clue #1 is that he was working out as recently as July 18th signaling that he likely suffered this injury between then and July 29th. 

Clue #2 which isn’t really much of a clue but more of a statement from NFL Network Mike Garafolo as seen below.

Based on that wording, this suggests that he may be dealing with some type of trapezius strain caused by an unknown reason. This could have been as the result of a car accident, a fall at home, some freak accident, we simply do not know. There could be other reasons or possible issues that he could be dealing with that will be released at a later time.

Once Beasley is medically cleared, he can be removed from the NFI list but cannot return to the list. It’s also important to note that he counts toward the overall roster but not the 53 man roster if this lingers into the regular season. 

Published by Dr. Trimble

My name is Dr. Kyle Trimble and I am, first and foremost, a Buffalo Bills fan!! When I am not cheering on the Buffalo Bills, I am a Physical Therapist. To give a background on myself; I was born and raised in Erie, PA, moved to Buffalo in 2006 to begin my studies at D'Youville College towards becoming a Physical Therapist at which time I became a devoted Buffalo Bills fan.  I graduated in 2013 with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy and moved home for several years. Moving back to the Buffalo area in 2016, I have gained extensive experience in outpatient orthopedics, skilled nursing, acute care hospital, and home care. Having obtained a significant wealth of knowledge that continues to grow, along with a undying fandom of the Bills, puts me in the unique position to educate my fellow fans about our great team. 
I am currently an injury spotter working with Dr. David Chao, Orthopedic Surgeon @ProFootballDoc based out of San Diego. In this role, I provide real time updates regarding injuries during the game. I hope you enjoy what I publish and I welcome any comments or questions you may have.
Disclaimer: My opinions are my own.  Any thoughts I have on the injuries is based on media reports, my knowledge of the injury, and speculation based on the information currently available.

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