Beasley was reportedly dealing with a knee injury during the postseason, but it appears as though that was underselling things. Beasley told the media that he suffered a broken fibula at the end of the season, but that didn’t stop him from playing in three postseason contests. He also said that it “hurt” during the Wild Card round vs. the Colts — which tends to happen when you play football on a broken leg — but that the pain was less severe vs. the Ravens and Chiefs.
With the Bills’ season now officially over, Beasley can look to address the leg injury before the start of next year. He may undergo surgery at some point during the offseason.
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