There has been some concern that Buffalo Bills players could look to retaliate against New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski when the two teams meet again this week, but the man who was on the receiving end of Gronk’s dirty play says he has no intention of doing that. Bills cornerback Tre’Davious White, who suffered a concussion in Week 13 when Gronkowski threw a vicious cheap shot at him, told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Tuesday that he’s not holding a grudge against Gronk. “As I’ve had time to think about it, I knew he wasn’t that type of player,” White said, as transcribed by Mike Rodak of ESPN.com. “We just honed in and moved on from it. But I get the film Sunday, and the best way that I can handle that situation and just try to go in there and just get a big old ‘W’ in their stadium and try to help our playoff chances.
Tre’Davious White says he has no plans to retaliate against Rob Gronkowski
Larry Brown Sports | Dec 20