Good news for the Buffalo Bills—their All-Pro cornerback will be playing this season.
After taking some time to decide whether he was going to opt-out of the 2020 NFL season or not, Tre’Davious White has decided that he will be suiting up in 2020.
The 25-year-old cornerback was undecided earlier this week, stating that he was still mulling it over and was non-committal when asked about whether he was going to play. White recently called out fans that criticized him for not making a decision yet, calling them “selfish.”
Bills fans should be happy now, with their star cornerback ready to go. 2020 will be a crucial year for the young, up-and-coming Bills team.
With the dynasty of the New England Patriots apparently coming to an end with the departure of six-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady, the Bills are in a great position to establish control in the AFC East.
With the deadline for opting-out ending on Thursday, only two Bills players took that route—cornerback E.J. Gaines and defense lineman Star Lotulelei.
Earning both All-Pro and Pro Bowl nods in 2019, White was easily one of the best cornerbacks in the league last year, finishing tied for first in the league with six interceptions.