Sophomore slump causes concern for Tre'Davious

June 13, 2018 07:48 PM

The sophomore slump might sound like a cliche but it's often a very real concern for NFL players.

After a standout rookie year, Tre'Davious White is working hard to make sure his second season is even better than his first.

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"With the way that I had success the first year, things are going to get tougher, you know. People are going to start studying me and will see what I do well and what I don't do well," stated White. "I just want to be a better football player every year. Every year I don't want to become complacent with what I did last year." 

He adds, "I left some plays out there, to be honest with you, last year. This year I don't want to leave anything out there on the table. I just want to go in this year and be that dominant defensive back that I know I can be." 

White's hard work and preparation haven't gone unnoticed during minicamp.

Bills Head Coach Sean McDermott adds, " He left off in January/end of December. Not only what he's done on the field, but what he's done off the field, so I've been very pleased with the work he's put into this point."

Thursday will be the final day of minicamp. The Bills will then have six weeks of off time before they hit the turf at St. John Fisher for training camp. 


Breeland Moore

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