Bills' All-Pro Cornerback Officially Active for Thanksgiving Game

The Buffalo Bills should get a massive infusion of talent for the closing stretch of the season. All-Pro cornerback Tre'Davious White will make his long-awaited return to regular season action in today's Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions. White has been unavailable since tearing his ACL against the New Orleans Saints in Week 12 of the 2021 regular season. Today's return will mark the end of a long rehab process that fell one day short of a calendar year.

White's return could very well help the Bills' already third-ranked scoring defense jump yet another level. White was one of the NFL's truly elite corners before his injury, earning two Pro Bowls and an All-Pro in his first four seasons. He was off to another great start last year, allowing a personal best 59.9 passer rating on throws in his direction across his 11 starts.

White joined the Bills as their 27th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. He proved an immediate difference-maker, finishing second in Defensive Rookie of the Year voting thanks to his four interceptions and 18 passes broken up. He emerged as a truly dominant force in 2019, earning his first All-Pro and leading the league with six interceptions.
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