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Broncos Add LenDale White

Posted Aug 4, 2010

The team on Wednesday signed running back LenDale White. To make room for the move, running back Kolby Smith was waived.


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Broncos on Wednesday signed running back LenDale White.

To make room for the move, the team waived running back Kolby Smith.

White, a Denver native, is a former second-round pick of the Tennessee Titans, where he spent the first four seasons of his career.

In his career, he has carried the ball 628 times for 2,349 yards and 24 touchdowns, adding 42 receptions for 204 yards through the air.

Last season, he carried the ball 64 times for 222 yards with two touchdowns. In 2008, he played in all 16 games with two starts and carried the ball 200 times for 773 yards, while finishing tied for first in the AFC and third in the NFL with 15 touchdowns.

The former USC Trojan won a BCS National Championship in 2004. He played his high school football at Chatfield, and finished his career as the state of Colorado's rushing leader with 7,803 yards.