The Denver Broncos have signed former Seahawks running back LenDale White to help bolster their depth in the offensive backfield.
The Seattle Seahawks traded for LenDale White in last April’s draft, but released the veteran less than a month later. Apparently, a combination of flaws led to White’s release.
White, who played for Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll while at the University of Southern California, was obviously disappointed he wasn’t given an opportunity in Seattle. On his way out, White openly criticized Pete Carroll and was noticeably upset.
LenDale White has compiled over 2,000 rushing yards during a four-year career and should be able to contribute some on the field this season with the Broncos.
Seattle plays Denver in the second week of the regular season, but White will not be available due to a four-game suspension administered by the league.