The Mystery of LenDale White’s Release in Seattle May Never Get Solved

May 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In what has to be one of the most surprising moves this offseason in the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks released running back LenDale White just over a month after trading for him.
This is the craziest thing I think I have heard all offseason and quite possibly in offseasons of the past decade.
Why does a team decide to drop down a few spots in the later draft rounds, to acquire two veteran players from the Titans, only to cut one of them a month later?
Possibly due to the pending suspension that White will receive to open the 2010 regular season.
But that makes no sense, because look at the Jets, who willingly traded for receiver Santonio Holmes who had a pending suspension.
Was it a weight issue with White?
Not a chance, since it has been reported that he was around 225 pounds which is leaner than he has ever been during his NFL career and that made him faster too.
This is insane...what was it?
Maybe Head Coach Pete Carroll doesn't like ...

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