Tre’Davious White thankfully did not suffer any serious injuries from the hit that earned Rob Gronkowski a one-game suspension. But that didn’t make him feel any better it.

Speaking with reporters Thursday after clearing concussion protocol, the Buffalo Bills cornerback called Gronkowski’s hit — an elbow/forearm to the back of the head after a White interception — a “dirty shot.”

“The guy did what he wanted to do,” White said, via ESPN.com’s Mike Rodak. “He is what he did. Dirty shot, so what does that make him? Dirty player. Simple.”

The play in question happened late in the New England Patriots’ 23-3 win over the Bills on Sunday. Gronkowski issued an apology after the game, blaming his outburst on “frustration” over what he considered inconsistent officiating.