Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU star cornerback Tre'Davious White has agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Buffalo Bills for $70 million, including $55 million guaranteed. Per Buffalo News:
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White, 25, was under contract this year for a salary cap hit of $3.2 million. The Bills picked up the fifth-year option of his rookie contract in April for $10.2 million in 2021. The extension kicks in after the fifth year of the deal, which is why his contract now runs through the 2025 season. In total, White is due $82.1 million over the next six seasons.

The guaranteed amount of $55 million is the most of any cornerback in the NFL, surpassing the $54 million Miami gave to Byron Jones in March. White’s four-year average of $17.5 million also currently is tops among cornerbacks.
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He should give all of it to BLM
Reply15 months
Has there ever been a harder worker and a classier man who led by example on and off the field at LSU than Tre’Davious? Maybe it’s just me but this is the best headline I read all week. A real, well-deserved success story
Reply15 months
He privileged
Reply15 months
D B U
Reply15 months
Its nice to see a guy from Shreveport make out well. Congratulations my dude!
Reply15 months
D.B.U.
Reply15 months
Great for recruiting DBU!!!
Reply15 months
Congrats dude, you made it and your family can now be proud of you. I think your the only one in the family with a college degree and now this. I don't remember your story exactly, but great job!
Reply15 months
Wouldnt his family have been proud of him a long time ago for what he has already accomplished?
15 months
Never get people that say "congrats dude you deserve it" as if talking directly to the player
15 months
This is DBU.
Reply15 months
DBU
Reply15 months
D Such a great human being
Reply15 months
You know him?
15 months
I like Tre. I don’t like the NFL.
Reply15 months
Good riddance
15 months
Lattimore isn’t as consistent, but he knows the market now lol
Reply15 months
Not as consistent? ML has fallen off sharply since his outstanding rookie season. Thielen abused that mf'er. Basically cost the game by letting thielen get 5 yards of separation all day.
15 months
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