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[BN] Blitz newsletter: Tre'Davious White sounds off on Gronk's dirty play

Bills rookie cornerback Tre'Davious White returned from concussion protocol Thursday and offered a fresh take on Rob Gronkowski's cheap shot from the end of last Sunday's game.

"My life is way more important than football," he said. "I've got a son to raise. I'm down there, my back's turned, head to the ground and somebody sneakin' me. I mean, he could have broke my neck, could have paralyzed me.

"Nobody thinks about that. They think about football. At the end of the day, if football ended today or tomorrow, I'll be fine. As long as I'm able to walk and raise my son and do the things that I want to do."

Tyrod Taylor returns to practice field: Taylor was limited in practice in his return from a knee injury while Mike Tolbert and Kelvin Benjamin practiced fully.

Physical run formations giving Bills D a black eye: The Bills are giving up about the same yards per carry against three-receiver sets lately, but when teams bring in extra run personnel (a fullback or multiple tight ends), their average is up from 3.0 to 5.6 YPC over the last five games, Mark Gaughan wrote.

Probability index: The Bills' playoff odds took a fall, but winning will cure all.

Alexander honored: Lorenzo Alexander is the Bills' nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.


Vic Carucci's Take Five: The Bills need to show superiority over the weak Colts.

Bills notebook: Joe Webb is ready if called on.

Streaker at Bills game fined $375: He'll avoid jail, but he got banned from the stadium for one year, which sounds light.

It could be worse: Browns fans are planning an 0-16 parade.

Podcast: Vic & Jay talk about that Bills' QB situation and Tre'Davious White.

Not scared: The Colts have been practicing outside to prepare for Sunday's weather.

Bills-Colts tickets still available for under $10: So buy a bunch. And bundle up.

Trivia: What was the Bills' record against the Colts,  Peyton's place?

NFL playoff scenarios for Week 14: Who can clinch? Spoiler, it's the Patriots.

A terminally ill Bills fan's 'personal Super Bowl': After being diagnosed with ALS, a Maryland man told his family, “I’m pretty sad that I’m not going to live to see the Bills win a Super Bowl. But then again, neither are any of you.”

Podcast II: No such Luck for the Colts.

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