Pat White’s Days With the Miami Dolphins May Be Numbered

June 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The last time we saw Pat White, he lay motionless on the turf of Sun Life Stadium after the Steelers' Ike Taylor appeared to have turned him into a cadaver.
Ironically, that was the most representative play of White's cadaverous season. 
The Dolphins used the 44th overall pick on the former West Virginia star in the 2009 draft.  
Although White enjoyed large scale success in the Mountaineers' spread offense, many questioned his ability to translate his skills to the NFL.
Those questions proved to be valid concerns once White entered Dolphins training camp. He struggled to make consistent throws and quickly fell to the bottom of the quarterback depth chart.
White failed to complete a single pass in any of the 13 games he appeared in during his rookie season, and amassed just 81 yards on 21 carries.
Needless to say, his rookie campaign was an absolute disaster.
White did show some flashes in a Week Nine loss against the Patriots, rushing for 4...

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