Tre’Davious White, a two-time pro bowl cornerback for the Bills, came down with a non-contact injury during Friday’s win over the Saints. He was covering receiver Marquez Callaway before coming up lame. According to an Friday afternoon report from NFL Network Ian Rapoport, he suffered a season-ending torn ACL.
After the injury, White was hesitant to return to the game and he was later downgraded to outside. The cameras caught him looking quite distracted when he left the game.
“We saw Tree White down yesterday with a non-contact knee injury, laying on the ground. It’s certainly a difficult situation,” NFL Network Ian Rapoport said on Friday morning, before the diagnosis was reported. “Listening to Sean McDermott after the game, he said, ‘We pray he’s back.’ “This is not one that sounds like he has a lot of confidence in his player that could be back, but obviously we will see.”
Now, the buffalo bills will be without him for the stretch run this season, as they look to run into the Super Bowl.
White, a 2017 LSU first-round NFL draft pick, was a first-team all-pro in 2019, and a second-team selection in 2020. He made the Pro Bowl each of the seasons, and shared the NFL lead with six interceptions in 2019.
He has played in all but three of the Bills’ games during his NFL career, including all 11 games so far this season.
The Bills moved to 7-4 this season with Thursday night’s 31-6 victory over the Saints.
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