Gronk hit now a closed issue with Bills

Orchard Park, NY - The Bills are ready to be done with the Rob Gronkowski hit. 

Sean McDermott and his players had their chance Wednesday to address the one-game suspension Gronkowski received for cheap shotting Tre'Davious White in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. 

McDermott flatly declined. "I'm not going there," he said. 

The two Bills who were most critical of the hit after the game--Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde--were more verbose, but not by much. 

"We felt like something had to be done," Hyde said. "He got one game. Obviously, I don't work for the NFL or anything, but it is what it is. Do I feel like it's fair? I don't know. That's the least of my worries. Right now, we're focused on the Colts."

"We do understand that we are going to see this team again in a couple of weeks, but we have a bigger task at hand in the Indianapolis Colts," Poyer said. "It's our biggest game of the season. Put that (Gronk) behind us. The league handled it the way it did. We've moved on to Indianapolis."

White was limited in practice and remains in concussion, but McDermott acknowledged that was an encouraging sign. 

The Bills see Gronkowski and the Patriots again Christmas Eve in Foxboro. 


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