The Los Angeles Rams placed a significant wager over the summer on Tre’Davious White’s ability to regain his Pro Bowl form following two almost consecutive season-ending injuries. White has not yet been able to take part in full-speed drills or sessions during scheduled team activities.

White missed somewhat more than a year of football play due to a grade-3 ACL tear he sustained towards the close of the 2021 season. Before rupturing his Achilles tendon, also a grade-3 injury, he participated in the last five games of 2022 and the first four games of 2023.

Following the OTA session on Tuesday, Sean McVay provided an update to the media regarding his recuperation process;


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“He’s making good progress and was able to participate in the walkthrough. Overcoming such a significant injury is impressive,” McVay said. “He’s done a lot of good work on the side, and he’s very focused and involved in meetings. We’ll see how his training camp process goes.”

“He understands his body well, so we don’t want to limit ourselves to one approach. It’s all about how he’s feeling and what Dr. Neil ElAttrache advises. We need to figure out the best plan for him, not just for the opener but for the entire season.”


There are guys on the Rams who have experienced Achilles injuries. Cam Akers experienced the same tear that White did before to the 2021 season. He was out of the season for all but the final game, and he only made a comeback after five months of recuperation. After the injury, he never recovered to his rookie season level and tore it again in 2023.

White was selected to the Pro Bowl and the second team All-Pro in 2020, his final complete season.


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