The Broncos have released running back LenDale White. A 2006 second-round pick out of USC by the Tennessee Titans, White has 628 carries for 2,349 yards and 24 touchdowns during his career.
Denied unrestricted free agency last offseason, White was traded during the 2010 NFL Draft to the Seattle Seahawks, reunited with Pete Carroll, his USC head coach. The Seahawks released White at the end of May. Shortly after his release, word broke that White was facing a four-game suspension for a drug policy violation.
The Broncos signed White to a two-year deal, but the 6-foot-2, 230-pound running back tore his Achilles and spent the season on injured reserve. White had four carries for 10 yards in the Broncos’ 24-23 loss to the Dallas Cowboys last Thursday nigh
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