The Los Angeles Times published a pretty tragic profile of LenDale White, catching up with everything that’s happened to the former USC star running back since he left college.
Former NFL running back and USC alum LenDale White was having a good time at the Trojans' game against Colorado, until he wasn't. White says he was kicked out of the Coliseum
during after Saturday's game; he also had words for athletic director Pat Haden and the program.
Said Campbell to ESPN: "I talked to [Al] Davis, and he... wants me to help their team to a new level." Presumably Davis meant the 9th level, so he can take over for Lucifer in a frozen lake of ice.
Football fans have been marveling at the transformation of Titans' running back LenDale White, who has trimmed his previous bowling ball-like physique down to a svelte 228-pound Mack Truck. So how did he do it? By not eating worms, obviously.
You may have spent Valentine's Day cuddling with your sweetheart—or crying alone in a dark corner—but LenDale White celebrated his holiday with a little (alleged!) road rage back in his hometown of Denver.
"If they want a nickname, I can nickname them: 'Identity and Theft,'" said White, who's successfully paired with the speedy rookie Chris Johnson this season. "...I was upset because I made that phrase up myself. I mean I made it up. I don't know about NFL Network and all those other guys. I heard somebody say, 'Batman…
Fortunately for White, unlike former USC teammate Carson Palmer—who told an LA radio station he hated Ohio State and their fans and then was forced to issue an apology— he plays in Tennessee. Which means he could probably run for Governor and be elected on the "Ohio State Sucks" platform. So don't look for there to…
I'm a Titans fan so I was willing to overlook the man boobs, the Hershey's Kisses on the sideline, and even the plodding 3.467 yards per carry. But then, LenDale had to go and insult Tecmo Bowl.
I'm going to gently steer away from the NFL Draft at some point soon, I promise. But for right now, here's a brief look at some of the picks that went down after the first round yesterday. And if you've got any interesting tidbits on late-rounders that your team picks up, hit me with them at email@example.com.