The Buffalo Bills, a team with high hopes for the season, have been dealt a significant blow as star cornerback Tre’Davious White will be sidelined for the rest of the year due to a torn right Achilles tendon. Head coach Sean McDermott confirmed this unfortunate news following an MRI.

The devastating injury occurred during a crucial moment in the third quarter of a game against the Miami Dolphins, where White went down on a non-contact play while defending against Dolphins’ receiver Tyreek Hill on fourth down. White’s frustration was evident as he threw his helmet in anguish.

White, a two-time Pro Bowler and 2019 first-team All-Pro, had recently returned to the field after recovering from a left ACL tear sustained on Thanksgiving Day in 2021. In total, he played 12 games this year, including both regular season and postseason games. McDermott, emotionally affected by White’s injury, shared his thoughts on the cornerback’s resilience.

Buffalo Bills' Tre'Davious White Sidelined for Season with Achilles Injury

“Yeah, he’s been through a lot,” McDermott said after the Buffalo Bills’ impressive 48-20 victory over the Dolphins. “Sometimes you wonder why things like that happen twice to someone. Because you watch him, and how hard he’s worked to get back. I know he’s a man of faith, and I know how strong he is. He will rebound. He personifies what it is to be a Buffalo Bill. … He works as hard as anyone I’ve ever been around. I love him. To see him on that field the way he was hurting, it was hard to watch.”

White received support from his teammates as he grappled with his emotions while awaiting medical assistance. Safety Jordan Poyer, who was sidelined due to knee soreness, offered comforting words to White as they made their way to the locker room. White, covering his head with a towel, concealed his distress.

Tre’Davious White’s season statistics include 12 tackles, two passes defended, and one interception. Since being drafted in the first round in 2017 from LSU, the 28-year-old cornerback has amassed 18 interceptions and 67 passes defended in 81 starts.

This unfortunate injury marks a challenging chapter in Tre’Davious White’s career, and it remains to be seen how he will bounce back from this setback. The Buffalo Bills, who had high hopes for this season, will undoubtedly miss his talent and leadership on the field as they navigate the remainder of the year.

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