Bills DC Leslie Frazier Provides Update on Tre’Davious White
The Buffalo Bills are just three weeks away from their regular season opener, when they play the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday Night Football on Sept. 8.
The Bills will rely on a number of players to meet the expectations they have earned for the 2022 season; mainly the likes of Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Dion Dawkins, Matt Milano, Von Miller, Ed Oliver and Jordan Poyer.
Cornerback Tre’Davious White is another player the Bills need for the upcoming season.
However, White is still not training yet. He is over 8 months from ACL reconstruction surgery and has yet to be cleared by doctors to return to practice, let alone play action.
Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier provided an update on White on Wednesday.
Frazier said they were “crossing their fingers” to get White back soon. There is still no set return date.
ACL reconstruction surgery is considered a common knee procedure, but a long recovery.
Typically, 12 months is the full 100% recovery time, but athletes are now coming back in 9-10 months. White’s operation will be retired for about nine months in early September, which shuts him down for the start of the regular season.
Last week ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported that the plan is for White to return to training, “as soon as possible”.
The fact that White hasn’t even started training yet is a little unsettling, but there are still three weeks to go.
I think it’s safe to say that if White is shut out by Week 1, we won’t see him every game. The bills will probably make it easier and not overburden his job.
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