McDermott, Hyde & semi-broken silence from Tre White on Gronk hit (video)
By: Nick Wojton
ORCHARD PARK — As per NFL rules, players don’t speak to the media while in the concussion protocol.
Tre’Davious White is no different. He was not allowed to respond to the NFL’s one-game suspension placed on Rob Gronkowski, who jumped on White’s head while he laid on the ground after intercepting a Tom Brady pass intended for the tight end.
The rookie practiced on Wednesday and was limited. Also typical progression with the concussion protocol stages.
While white didn’t speak to the media in regard to Gronk’s hit. Others did. Kind of.
Head coach Sean McDermott responded to a question, but didn’t want to respond.
“I’m not going there,” McDermott said.
Micah Hyde was a little more vocal and a little more active on the play. The Buffalo safety received a penalty for getting mixed up with wide out Danny Amendola, who also was penalized.
Hyde said: “Do I agree with (the suspension?) I don’t know. Here’s Hyde:
Again, White did not speak to the media. But he did reportedly reach out to a former NFL defensive back in ESPN NFL analyst Ryan Clark. In a brief statement on The Russillo Show, Clark said White told him, “the whole hood want him.” Here’s Clark: