Bills' Tre'Davious White blasts Rob Gronkowski: He's a dirty player

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White wasn't pleased when asked for his thoughts on Gronkowski's one-game suspension. White then turned back toward the cameras and said he didn't know what to say. I mean, I got a son to raise. "Dirty shot. So what does that make him?"

Apologizing is the least Gronkowski could do for a hit that, as White noted, came after the play, with his back turned, and could have caused a serious injury. Tre'Davious White, who was placed in the concussion protocol Sunday after he was on the receiving end of a dirty hit from Gronkowski, was medically cleared on Thursday. "All that. People don't think about that when they just react".

White made his first comments since being hit by Gronkowski with 4:50 left in Buffalo's 23-3 loss to the Patriots.

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The 22-year-old LSU product, who Buffalo selected with the 27th overall pick in the 2017 National Football League draft, intercepted a Tom Brady pass intended for Gronkowski late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game. White then enetered concussion protocol.

"I'm glad I had my mouthpiece in", White told reporters in Buffalo. I bit my lip pretty bad. "Awful headache. It is what it is, man, he did what he wanted to do".

"Man, it's a joke, dog", he said. Former NFL team doctor David Chao later wrote online in his sports-injuries column for the San Diego Union-Tribune that "McDermott was correct to say Taylor is day-to-day" with this type of injury, and that if he "can effectively tolerate the pain, Taylor could start this week". "We'll see what happens".

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