Vic Beasley has finally reported to training camp. Per multiple reports this morning, Beasley showed up to the facility for COVID-19 testing — the first step to joining the team for training camp.
The former Falcon will now have to submit three negative tests over the next four days as he hopes to take the field next week. Assuming Beasley is able to provide the negative tests, he shouldn’t have to miss any on-field time with the team.
Vic Beasley will now have four days to submit three negative Covid tests. If all goes well, he can take the field with the #Titans next week.— TURRON DAVENPORT (@TDavenport_NFL) August 7, 2020
Beasley missed ten days, totaling a mandatory fine of $500,000. The deadline to opt out of the season came a passed yesterday, without Beasley reporting to the facility.
Reporting amounts to a COVID-19 test for Vic Beasley. He'll need to pass three in four days before he joins the team in the building, as everyone else did before him. Missed 10 days -- mandatory fine of $500,000. #Titans— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) August 7, 2020
Beasley signed a one-year deal with the Titans this offseason, worth up to $9.5 million. The five-year veteran put up eight sacks for Atlanta last season and is just a few years removed from a 15.5 sack season in 2016. The Titans are hoping they can find that magic once again, giving him another chance to potentially cash in next offseason — but that chance is off to a bumpy start.