2022 Courage Award Winner

Tre’Davious White

2022 Ed Block Courage Award Winner

White suffered an ACL tear during the Bills’ 2021 Thanksgiving game against the New Orleans Saints during what looked like a non-contact injury. After a full year of rehabilitation, White would make his 2022 return to football coincidentally on Thanksgiving Day, this time against the Detroit Lions. His impact on the Bills’ secondary was immediate as the Lions seemed to purposefully avoid White’s side of the field while he was on the field.

Position CB
Height 5'11"
Weight 192 lbs
College LSU
NFL Experience 6 years

Past Winners

  • 2021 - Harrison Phillips
  • 2020 - Jon Feliciano 
  • 2019 - Kyle Peko 
  • 2018 - Taiwan Jones 
  • 2017 - Jordan Poyer 
  • 2016 - Stephon Gilmore 
  • 2015 - Cordy Glenn 
  • 2014 - Arthur Moats 
  • 2013 - Marcus Easley 
  • 2012 - Kyle Williams 
  • 2011 - Andra Davis 
  • 2010 - Jarius Byrd 
  • 2009 - James Hardy III 
  • 2008 - Chris Kelsay 
  • 2007 - Kevin Everett 
  • 2006 - Takeo Spikes 
  • 2005 - Mark Campbell 
  • 2004 - Travis Henry 
  • 2003 - Pat Williams 
  • 2002 - Tony Driver 
  • 2001 - Jerry Ostroski 
  • 2000 - Joe Panos 
  • 1999 - Sean Moran 
  • 1998 - John Holecek 
  • 1997 - Henry Jones 
  • 1996 - Mark Maddox 
  • 1995 - Jim Kelly 
  • 1994 - Kent Hull 
  • 1993 - John Davis 
  • 1992 - Bruce Smith 
  • 1991 - Mark Kelso 
  • 1990 - Darryl Talley 
  • 1989 - Steve Tasker 
  • 1988 - Tim Volger 
  • 1987 - Robb Riddick 
  • 1986 - Lucius Sanford 
  • 1985 - Jerry Butler 
  • 1984 - Steve Freeman 

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