3 reasons the Buffalo Bills could release Tre'Davious White this offseason

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The Buffalo Bills are going to be facing some tough decisions this offseason and one of those center around cornerback Tre'Davious White. He was the first draft pick made by Sean McDermott after being named head coach of the Bills.

He stepped in as a starter immediately as a rookie and has been a cornerstone of the defense since the 2017 season. Over the past six seasons, White has made two Pro Bowls, been named second-team All-Pro once. In 82 games, he has 18 interceptions, including six in 2019 when he was tied for the league lead.

However, he hasn't played a full season since 2018 and over the past three years has missed 29 games. After the season, general manager Brandon Beane said the focus is getting Tre'Davious White healthy after he suffered a torn Achilles this past season.

If there was a guarantee that Tre'Davious White would be ready to start Week 1, this probably wouldn't be a question. That isn't necessarily the case and it is probably at least a discussion within the front office.

If the Buffalo Bills were to release Tre'Davious White, these probably would be three of the reasons for such a move.