Orchard Park, NY – One of the big questions asked by the Buffalo Bills offseason was when the Cornerback Tre’Davious white He’ll be able to come back into the field from a torn ACL. Unfortunately for Bills, that won’t happen anytime soon.
The Bills put White Tuesday on reserve/physically unable to perform for the start of the 2022 NFL season. He will miss at least the first four games of the season — at the Los Angeles Rams, against the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football, at the Miami Dolphins and at the Baltimore Ravens.
White tore up the ACL on Thanksgiving in a night game against the New Orleans Saints, a game played in his state. During the boot camp opening, White was visible rehab on the side and steadily increasing his workout. There seemed to be optimism that he would return to the field, however, as he was last seen practicing on July 29.
When the 2020 All-Pro was the closest defender last season, it allowed a 50.8% completion percentage and a 58.9 pass rating, both ranking fourth among defensive linemen with over 50 goals this season, according to NFL Next Gen stats, at the time. his injury. The Bills had the best passing defense in the league last year, allowing only 12 pass touchdowns and a 56% completion percentage.
There is still no clear return date, although it would come as no surprise that White will miss more than four games as the team would like to see him get a significant initial practice time. White’s surgery was also performed by an external physician, per GM Brandon Bean, not a member of the team.
“You get intertwined with how people rehabilitate what they want to see,” Bean said last week. “And so, to get that, you have to work together collaboratively in Tre’s best interest before we put him out there. So, we’re going to make sure that we all agree he’s ready to start training and we’re not just going to say, ‘Hey, Wednesday, Thursday, Trey, get out. There and play with him on Sunday.”
“…these other guys are preparing for the season, they’ve trained a lot, and they’ve hardened themselves. We need to do that to be fair with him too.”
In his absence last year, the selection of the seventh round of 2020 Dean Jackson Play it for the rest of the 2021 season along with the outside corner Levi Wallace. Wallace is now with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the team exchanged two points for drafting Cair Elam With the 23rd overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Set to be one of the line-ups, Elam has been battling with her rising teammate. Christian Benfordthe sixth round of Villanova, for the other role.
Jackson is set to be one of the squad players, and Elam has been fighting with her rookie teammate Christian Benfordthe sixth round of Villanova, for the other role.
“I think Dane’s experience, combined with the level of his talent, makes him even more of a buddy than the two budding buddies,” defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said last week. “These guys are going to keep getting better and better as we go, but still think Dane is ahead at this point. As far as Kaiir and Christian are concerned, these guys are fighting to give us a choice if Tre’Davious is inactive at the rams’ game” .
Moves by the rest of the bills to bring the list down to 53 by the 4 p.m. ET deadline on Tuesday were largely expected. One of the team’s biggest transactions was the release of OJ Howard in court after he signed a one-year deal worth $3.5 million. The ends of the spare team are tight – Tommy Sweeney And the Quentin Morris – Impressed enough to make the list.
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