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LenDale White LenDale White in February 2008 No. 25     Denver Broncos Running back Personal information Date of birth: January 1, 1985 (1985-01-01) (age 26) Place of birth: Denver, Colorado Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Weight: 235 lb (107 kg) Career information College: Southern California NFL Draft: 2006 / Round: 2 / Pick: 45 Debuted in 2006 for the Tennessee Titans Career history Tennessee Titans (2006–2009) Seattle Seahawks (2010)* Denver Broncos (2010–present) *Offseason and/or practice squad member only Career highlights and awards Lead AFC in Rushing Touchdowns (2008) Career NFL statistics as of 2009 Rushing yards     2,349 Average     3.7 Touchdowns     24 Stats at NFL.com LenDale Anthony White (born January 1, 1985) is an American football running back for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He played college football at Southern California. Contents 1 Early years 2 College career 3 Professional career 3.1 2006 NFL draft 3.2 NFL Career 3.3 Seattle Seahawks 3.4 Denver Broncos 4 References 5 External links Early years White attended South High School in Denver, Colorado. White played the 2000 and 2001 seasons at Denver (Colo.) South High, where he made the Rocky Mountain News All-Colorado first team in 2000 and the Rocky Mountain News Class 5A All-State first team both years. White then enrolled at Chatfield Senior High School in Littleton, Colorado. As a junior in 2002, he earned Rocky Mountain News All-Colorado first team and Rocky Mountain News Class 5A All-State first team notice. He rushed for 1,850 yards with 30 TDs, plus had 185 receiving yards with 2 TDs in 2001. Chatfield went 14-0 in 2002 and was the Class 5A champion. His coach at Chatfield was Dave Logan, the former Colorado All-American wide receiver who played in the NFL for the Cleveland Browns. His 2002 honors included Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, Tom Lemming All-American, Super Prep Elite 50, Tom Lemming Top 100, Super Prep All-Midlands, Prep Star All-Midlands, Tom Lemming All-Midland, Orange County Register Fab 15 second team, Gatorade Colorado Player of the Year, Rocky Mountain News All-Colorado first team and Rocky Mountain News Class 5A All-State first team as a senior tailback at Chatfield High in Littleton (Colo.). He ran for 1,683 yards and 20 TDs in 2003. He played in the 2003 U.S. Army All-American Bowl with several of his future USC Trojan teammates. He finished his career (starting all 4 years) as Colorado's career rushing leader, with 7,804 yards. College career White during his tenure at USC. This section does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2009) White shared his playing time at tailback with Reggie Bush at the University of Southern California. Despite being the lesser hyped member of the Trojan backfield, White was a standout rusher who led the team in rushing in his first two seasons and was a 2005 All-America selection. White and Bush formed a 'Thunder and Lightning' combination, with Bush playing the smaller but faster back while White was the bigger, more powerful back. This combination gave USC a formidable backfield of rushers. On Jan. 4, 2005, White rushed for three touchdowns in a 55-19 victory over Oklahoma in the 2004 BCS National Championship game played at Orange Bowl (Pro Player Stadium) in Miami. A year later, on Jan. 4, 2006, White again rushed for three touchdowns in USC's 41-38 loss to Texas in the 2005 BCS Championship Game played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Ca. In his three years, White set the USC career rushing touchdowns record of 52. He also finished with 3,159 yards and a 5.9 average per rush. White was not implicated in the Bush scandal. After the 2006 Rose Bowl, White declared himself eligible for the NFL draft. Professional career 2006 NFL draft Promptly after declaring for the NFL draft, White's stock tumbled. White did not go through a full workout before NFL scouts at the NFL Combine. Reportedly, there were audible groans when he bared his chest at a weigh-in. One scout was said to have laughed upon seeing White's bare chest. ESPN's Fantasy Focus Podcast referred to him as "Big Fat LenDale White." This also spawned another nickname: "LenWhale" White. As one NFL general manager said after seeing White at the combine: “The guy needed a bra, it was ridiculous. You come to the combine looking like that and you want to be a first-round pick? Come on. The guy had obviously been doing nothing.”[1] During USC's workout day, he cited hamstring worries as a reason for not running or performing any workouts aside from the bench press, where he managed only 15 repetitions at 225 pounds. An out of shape White did sustain a torn hamstring, but surgery was not required to mend it. His injury did, however, keep him off of the football field until May, 2006. In April, White was drafted in the second round (45th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans. NFL Career On August 10, 2006, during a Titans' practice, White was involved in a brief scuffle with teammate Donnie Nickey, where White spat in Nickey's face, drawing the ire of his Tennessee teammates. On the field, White was used sparingly in his rookie season. He played in 13 games, gaining 244 yards on 61 carries with no touchdowns. White also caught 14 passes for 60 yards. White began the 2007-2008 season splitting time with Chris Brown. He was held for under 60 yards in the first four games. On October 21, with Brown sidelined with an injury, White tallied his first 100 yard rushing game against the Houston Texans. He followed up that performance with a career high 133 yard rushing performance against the Oakland Raiders. Through 16 weeks he rushed for 1,110 yards and 7 touchdowns with a 3.7 yard average. White underwent arthroscopic knee surgery. The knee had bothered White during the last half of the 2007 season, but he was expected to be at full strength for offseason minicamps in May. On March 15, 2008, White received citations for destruction of property, disobedience to a lawful order/interference and resistance while in Denver, Colorado, though all charges were later dropped. White was joined in the Titans backfield by rookie Chris Johnson , who was selected with the 24th pick in the 2008 draft. The duo eventually became known as "Smash and Dash" White had career highs in TD's in a season (15), longest run (80 yards), TD's in 1 game (3) and rushing yards in a game (149). He also created controversy after the Titans defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers by stomping on a Terrible Towel White finished the 2008 season with 773 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns (1st in AFC). White lost significant weight prior to the 2009 NFL season, dropping to 229, claming a tougher training regiment and cutting tequila out of his diet aided in his weight loss.[2] After splitting carries with Johnson in 2008, White was virtually a non-factor in 2009 as Johnson became the featured back and became just the sixth player in NFL history with to rush for 2,000 yards (2,006) joining Erik Dickerson (2,105 yards) in 1984, Jamal Lewis (2,066) in 2003, Barry Sanders (2,053) in 1997, Terrell Davis (2,008) in 1998, and OJ Simpson (2,003 in a 14-game season) in 1973. White was re-signed by the Titans on April 15, 2010.[3] Seattle Seahawks White was traded to the Seattle Seahawks on April 24, 2010. The trade reunited White and his former USC Trojans head coach Pete Carroll. Shortly after signing, word leaked that White had failed an NFL drug test and would be suspended for the first four games of the 2010 season. Carroll released White on May 28, 2010. Denver Broncos On August 4, 2010, White was signed to a two-year deal by the Denver Broncos.[4] However, on September 2, in the Broncos' last preseason game at the Minnesota Vikings, White suffered a torn Achilles tendon, and missed the entire 2010 season.[5] References ^ http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/12126007/ ^ http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/football/nfl/08/02/white.tequila.ap/index.html ^ http://espn.go.com/nfl/transactions ^ http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Broncos-Add-LenDale-White/d7ce56b5-6093-436b-a7a1-cc8886bab0c1 Broncos Add LenDale White ^ http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_15984459 Broncos' LenDale White out for season with torn Achilles' External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: LenDale White Tennessee Titans bio Pro-Football-Reference.com LenDale White on Twitter Sporting positions Preceded by Travis Henry Tennessee Titans Starting Running Back 2006–2007 Succeeded by Chris Johnson v · d · eUSC Trojans Football 2003 AP National Champions Marcell Allmond | Kevin Arbet | Collin Ashton | Sam Baker | Darnell Bing | John David Booty | Will Buchanon | Reggie Bush | Dominique Byrd | Matt Cassel | Shaun Cody | Keary Colbert | Hershel Dennis | Sedrick Ellis | Matt Grootegoed | Gregg Guenther | Brandon Hancock | Alex Holmes | Lawrence Jackson | Winston Justice | Ryan Kalil | Norm Katnik | Ryan Killeen | David Kirtman | Jason Leach | Matt Leinart | Whitney Lewis | Oscar Lua | Tom Malone | Fred Matua | Chris McFoy | Jason Mitchell | Mike Patterson | Will Poole | LaJuan Ramsey | Drew Radovich | Jacob Rogers | Frostee Rucker | Dallas Sartz | Steve Smith | Matt Spanos | Lofa Tatupu | Terrell Thomas | Kenechi Udeze | Lenny Vandermade | John Walker | Chauncey Washington | Lee Webb | LenDale White | Kyle Williams | Mike Williams | Thomas Williams | Eric Wright | Manuel Wright | Justin Wyatt Head Coach Pete Carroll Coaches Greg Burns | Brennan Carroll | Norm Chow | Nick Holt | Lane Kiffin | Ed Orgeron | Kennedy Pola | Steve Sarkisian | Rocky Seto v · d · eUSC Trojans Football 2004 AP National Champions Kevin Arbet | Collin Ashton | Sam Baker | Darnell Bing | John David Booty | Will Buchanon | Reggie Bush | Jeff Byers | Dominique Byrd | Matt Cassel | Shaun Cody | Mario Danelo | Fred Davis | Hershel Dennis | Sedrick Ellis | Matt Grootegoed | Brandon Hancock | Alex Holmes | Lawrence Jackson | Dwayne Jarrett | Winston Justice | Ryan Kalil | Ryan Killeen | David Kirtman | Jason Leach | Matt Leinart | Whitney Lewis | Oscar Lua | Deuce Lutui | Tom Malone | Fred Matua | Chris McFoy | Jason Mitchell | Mike Patterson | Josh Pinkard | Ryan Powdrell | Chilo Rachal | Drew Radovich | LaJuan Ramsey | Keith Rivers | Frostee Rucker | Dallas Sartz | Steve Smith | Matt Spanos | Lofa Tatupu | Terrell Thomas | John Walker | Scott Ware | Chauncey Washington | Lee Webb | LenDale White | Kyle Williams | Thomas Williams | Eric Wright | Manuel Wright | Justin Wyatt Head Coach Pete Carroll Coaches Greg Burns | Brennan Carroll | Norm Chow | Lane Kiffin | Todd McNair | Ken Norton, Jr. | Ed Orgeron | Rocky Seto | Carl Smith v · d · eTennessee Titans 2006 NFL Draft selections Vince Young • LenDale White • Calvin Lowry • Stephen Tulloch • Terna Nande • Jesse Mahelona • Jonathan Orr • Cortland Finnegan • Spencer Toone • Quinton Ganther Persondata Name White, Lendale Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 20, 1984 Place of birth Denver, Colorado Date of death Place of death