Update on Tre’Davious White’s Timeline to Return
The Buffalo Bills are the healthiest they have been since week 1 of the 2022 regular season.
The team welcomed back quite a few players to the starting lineup last Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, including Jordan Poyer, Isaiah McKenzie and Tremaine Edmunds.
Right tackle Spencer Brown might miss this week's game against the Green Bay Packers, but we won't know his status until the injury report is given on Wednesday; unless head coach Sean McDermott rules him out earlier.
The status off cornerback Tre'Davious White is also a big storyline with fans and reporters.
White has not played since tearing his ACL on Thanksgiving last season, which was almost exactly 11 months ago.
White was activated off the PUP list the week of the Chiefs game (last week), but he has still not been added to the 53-man roster. White has been practicing for nearly two weeks.
On Monday, defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said to the media that White's return "doesn't seem that far away."
Frazier said they will defer to the doctors when deciding when he plays in his first game, which could possibly be this Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.
Frazier added that White is "chomping at the bit" to get back to playing.
The Bills defense is number one in the NFL in terms of "yards allowed per game," so they don't need to rush White back, nor should they even if their defense was struggling.
It looks as if White returns against either the Packers this Sunday night or the week after against the New York Jets; although the Bills do have to make a decision to activate him to the 53-man roster by next Tuesday.