Bills' White calls Gronk a 'dirty player' for blindside hit

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Bills' White calls Gronk a 'dirty player' for blindside hit

White said today that Gronkowski's hit was risky and could have caused a severe injury, and that the NFL's suspsension was woefully inadequate. The tight end was flagged for unnecessary roughness on the play and apologized through the media after the game - White said Thursday Gronk hadn't reached out personally to apologize. "Man, I don't know what to say on that".

In responding to questions about helmet-to-helmet hits and players launching to make tackles, Vincent says Wednesday that the National Football League has seen targeting reviews "work to a degree" in the college game. I'm laying there. He snuck me with my back turned.

White had already been touched by a Patriots player when Gronkowski led with his forearm and struck White in the back of the helmet. So what's that make him? "I just want to apologize to Tre'Davious White". "Dirty player, pretty simple".

White made his first comments since being hit by Gronkowski with 4:50 left in Buffalo's 23-3 loss to the Patriots. While the defensive back was laying defenseless on the ground, Gronkowski drove his elbow into the back of his head, sending White into the league's concussion protocol.

White didn't want to hear it. "I mean, I'm not in the business of that", Gronkowski said. It was a lot of frustration.

White added: "The guy did what he wanted to do. I don't really believe in the type of shots like that", Gronkowski said. "But, just through the frustration process, game of football emotions, just what happened". "His intentions were what he did, so, no".

"'The whole hood want 'em, '" Clark said. "No one knows other than me", he said.

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