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Tre'Davious White named 1st team Associated Press All-Pro


The honors continue to roll in for third-year cornerback Tre'Davious White.

White was named first team Associated Press All-Pro as a cornerback on Friday. Fellow AFC East cornerback Stephon Gilmore was named the other first team cornerback.

White is Buffalo's first first-team All-Pro selection since Mario Williams and Marcell Dareus earned the recognition in 2014.

White is also the first Bills cornerback to be named first team All-Pro since Robert James in 1974.

White tied for the NFL-lead with six interceptions (Stephon Gilmore-NE and Anthony Harris-Minn).

In December, White was named to his first Pro Bowl.

White ranked second among all NFL defenders in the league in limiting opposing passers to a 38.9 passer rating in 2019.

White is a native of Shreveport, LA and was a first round draft pick of the Bills in 2017 out of LSU.

Other Bills to receive All-Pro votes include: C Mitch Morse (2), DT Jordan Phillips (2), LB Tremaine Edmunds (2) and kick returner/punt returner Andre Roberts (2)

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