Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU star and current Buffalo Bills rookie cornerback Tre'Davious White met with the media on Thursday and talked about Rob Gronkowski's one-game suspension for delivering a late cheap shot to the back of White's head.

White called the one-game suspension "a joke" and said that he has not received an apology from the New England tight end.

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Proof the NFL has no serious interest in the health of its players. Gronk should be out multiple games for a deliberate attempt to injure another player.
Reply12 months
Funny the saints got busted because the nfl thought they were out to hurt other players.
Reply12 months
frick that dumb motherfricker Gronk
Reply12 months
Gronk is trash. frick that classless piece of steaming shite.
Reply12 months
Im mad that you intercepted a pass that I was supposed to catch. Now I am going to drop my full weight into my elbow into the back of your head. If you look at it for what it actually is. Its kind of sad and pathetic. 1 game is an absolute joke considering White is going to miss time as well being in a concussion protocol.
Reply12 months
He got mad cause little Tre White was kick his arse and snuck him . What a TPOS
Reply12 months
Tre White is easily one of the best human beings to go through LSU’s program in quite some time. Makes Gronkowski look like a real steaming pile of shit, who would spear Tre fricking White of all people because he beat you on a play?
Reply12 months
The bottom line is that Tre White has graded out as the 6th best cornerback in the league this year. Gronk was trying to take their best defensive player out of the game, clear as day. Gronk can't deny how dirty of a hit it was, very obvious.
Reply12 months
It was like with 3 or 4 minutes to go in the game and the Pats were up by 20...
12 months
cj35
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1 game suspension is a joke, but Tre's teammates should have handled this on the field at the time.
Reply12 months
F Gronk and his monster drink.
Reply12 months
Gronk is a POS.
Reply12 months
Nfl players should protest
Reply12 months
Don’t count on White’s teammates to protest. They apparently have better things to do than to stand up for their teammate. What piles of crap they are!
12 months
Every game that dumb bitch plays from now on should feature at least one late hit on him.
Reply12 months
I can't believe Gronk hadn't apologized to White yet. That is morally bankrupt and pathetic. That silly pollock is even worse than me and that's pretty bad man. It's OK Tre White, be the bigger man and the NFL fans are with you. Gronk is not worth your respect buddy.
Reply12 months
Wouldn't be too broken up about seeing Gronk's knee turning inside out this week. Karma, motherfricker.
Reply12 months
Tre's right, Gronclownski should be suspended the rest of the year including the postseason.
Reply12 months
It is a joke. I think it would be more reasonable to suspend him for the rest of the season than to suspend him for one game.
Reply12 months
NFL has lost credibility on prevention of head injuries with this minimal suspension.
12 months
The NFL is shite. One game for a flagrant unsportsmanlike that caused a concussion when they're main 'focus' is on preventing concussions. It's all about the dollars and getting the Patriots to the Super Bowl. frick 'em.
12 months
@HueyP and @Trout Bandit - I agree. Gronk may as well have taken a sledge hammer to the back of White's helmet. I sure as hell hope his lame arse explanation of why he wound up and speared someone who was just laying on the ground wasn't taken into consideration in handing out this weak suspension.
12 months
ole Tre' might be on of my fav Tigers over the last few years...seems like a humble, keep my head down kind of guy and plays his arse off.
Reply12 months
Gronk is a prick
Reply12 months
Pretty classless move by a player on the most classless organization in football. Not only do they cheat, they are a bunch of cheap shot artists.
Reply12 months
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