Buffalo Bills: 4 players who stood out in first week of OTAs

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Tre'Davious White

While Tre'Davious White isn't competing for a roster spot, this offseason seems to be a pivotal one for the former All-Pro cornerback. Last offseason, White was working his way back from a torn ACL suffered during the 2021 season.

He would miss a majority of the season due to the injury and returned in Week 12 against the Detroit Lions. While he would start the final eight games of the season, including the two playoff games, he didn't look like the same player from prior to the injury.

This isn't necessarily surprising after coming back from a serious knee injury and most players need a full year from the injury to really bounce back. It seems that is the case for White as Sal Capaccio with WGR550 saw White moving much better on the practice field in terms of change of direction and movement.

"White, now a year-and-a-half removed from his torn ACL on Thanksgiving night in 2021, showed great change of direction and movement. A terrific sign for him and the team."

The Buffalo Bills have had one of the best secondaries in the NFL the past few seasons and Tre'Davious White is a big reason for that. If he bounces back this season, the defense is going to have a much better chance of competing against offenses like the Chiefs, Bengals and Eagles.