The Buffalo Bills have placed cornerback Tre’Davious White on the reserve/PUP list. This means he will miss at least the first four games of the 2022-23 NFL season. Last season the talented cornerback tore his ACL in late November and he is still recovering from that injury. Teams had until four p.m. on Tuesday to cut their rosters to 53 men and players on the reserve/PUP list do not count against that total until they are activated. White is considered one of the better defensive backs in the NFL and the Bills will now be without him for at least four games.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 30, 2022
Last season before his injury as a member of the Buffalo Bills, Tre’Davious White recorded 27 solo tackles, 41 total tackles, half a sack, one forced fumble, six passes defended, and one interception that he did not return for any yards. The real value with White is few quarterbacks dare to challenge his side of the field in games. He is a true lock-down corner and could help the Bills contend for a Super Bowl this season.
We’ve placed CB Tre’Davious White on the Reserve/PUP list. #BillsMafia
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) August 30, 2022
Many analysts and the Buffalo Bills themselves consider the team a top contender to play in and win the Super Bowl this year. Tre’Davious White is a vital member of the defense and having him healthy to end the season is far more important than the start of the season. Hopefully, he gets ready quickly and can help the team compete and win this season.