Tre’Davious White, Greg Rousseau, Tremaine Edmunds won’t play for Bills Sunday

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The Bills aren’t practicing on Friday because of the difficulties involved with moving around Buffalo due to a snowstorm, but they still plan to fly to Detroit to face the Browns in their relocated Week 11 game.

On Friday, Bills head coach Sean McDermott revealed three defensive players who will not be in the lineup for that game. McDermott said cornerback Tre'Davious White, defensive end Greg Rousseau, and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds will be out.

White has not played since tearing his ACL last season and McDermott told reporters that he’s “just not ready” despite being activated from the physically unable to perform list on November 1.

Rousseau is missing his second straight game with an ankle injury and Edmunds is dealing with groin and heel injuries.

5 responses to “Tre’Davious White, Greg Rousseau, Tremaine Edmunds won’t play for Bills Sunday

  1. 60ftlesbianoctopus says:
    November 18, 2022 at 10:55 am
    The return of A.J. Klein!!!!!!!

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    Yeah, a guy no one wants because he’s done. What’s next, 3 cheers for Joe Schobert?

  2. I guess “soft” is the new narrative from completely uninformed fans of mediocre last-place teams, because of the move due to snow.

    Again, for anyone paying attention: they’re moving the game because they are worried about fan and player safety getting to the stadium. For both teams. It’s not because the Bills are whining about playing in snow, or because there was some backroom conversation in the league office about how they can help Buffalo win.

    The comments about that have been straight-up embarrassing.

    As for this article, these are 3 of the Bills’ best defenders, but they have worked through injuries all season. The depth is great on this team, and I love getting Klein back in the mix.

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