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The Bills are releasing S Jordan Poyer and CB Tre'Davious White. The Poyer release means Buffalo must replace both starting safeties. Micah Hyde is also a free agent and reportedly considering retirement. White struggled with injuries over the past three seasons, most recently tearing an Achilles' tendon at the beginning of October. We'll be surprised if White lands more than a supporting role anywhere in 2024 -- and perhaps beyond. We'll see how the Bills address safety this offseason. Damar Hamlin is the only safety currently under contract. The NFL's Comeback Player of the Year played just 17 defensive snaps in 2023 and likely isn't an answer for 2024.

The Bills believe CB Tre'Davious White tore his right Achilles' tendon in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. That would obviously end White's season. It could also challenge his longer-term future. White tore his left ACL in November 2021, missing the rest of that season and the first 10 of the following year. He'll turn 29 in January, with two years left on his contract. But the final two seasons hold shrinking dead-money numbers if the Bills release him. White entered Sunday as Buffalo's highest-graded CB in coverage, according to Pro Football Focus. He ranked 22nd in that category among all 160 corners so far this season. He'll obviously be a big loss for Buffalo's defense, though we wouldn't go targeting the matchup just yet. The Bills ranked second in pass-defense DVOA last year despite playing most of the year without White and losing both starting safeties for multiple games.

The Bills have ruled LB Tremaine Edmunds (groin, heel) and EDGE Greg Rousseau (ankle) out for Sunday's game against the Browns. CB Tre'Davious White (ACL recovery) is also not yet ready to make his season debut. S Jordan Poyer (elbow) is questionable. He finished the week with a full Friday practice, which seems to point to him playing. We'll confirm Poyer's status Sunday morning.

Bills LB Tremaine Edmunds (groin, heel), S Jordan Poyer (elbow) and EDGE Gregory Rousseau (ankle) all missed practice Wednesday. HC Sean McDermott called Edmunds and Poyer day-to-day afterward but deemed Rousseau week-to-week. That indicates Rousseau isn't likely to play Sunday against the Vikings. We'll see about the other 2. McDermott added that whether CB Tre'Davious White (ACL recovery) will be ready to play this week also remains a "day to day" situation.

Bills HC Sean McDermott said Monday that the team plans to activate CB Tre'Davious White from the PUP list ahead of Wednesday's deadline. "He'll remain day-to-day, and not really going to get into speculating on whether he's going to play this week or not," McDermott said, per ESPN's Alaina Getzenberg. "We're just going to continue to take it day by day like we've done to this point." White has been getting some work in with the team since Week 6. We'll see this week how close he is to game action.

Bills HC Sean McDermott said ahead of Wednesday's practice that CB Tre'Davious White would be returning to the field this week but that he won't play in Sunday's game against the Chiefs. White has been on the PUP while continuing to work back from last season's ACL tear. We'll see when he's ready for game action.

The Bills have placed CB Tre'Davious White on the regular-season PUP list, meaning he'll miss at least the first 4 games. White is still working back from a Nov. 25 ACL tear. Dane Jackson will start at 1 corner, with rookies Kaiir Elam and Christian Benford competing for the other outside spot. Taron Johnson returns as the lead slot man. Missing White certainly doesn't help the Buffalo defense. It does help the individual matchup for opponent #1 WRs.

Bills CB Tre'Davious White tore his left ACL in Thursday night's win over the Saints and will miss the rest of the season, the team website reports. Dane Jackson filled in after White went down and figures to start in his place.

Bills CB Tre'Davious White left in the 1st half of Thursday night's game against the Saints after injuring his left knee. The team has deemed him doubtful to return. The worry is that the non-contact injury could be more serious than that. We'll see about the official diagnosis.

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