Roddy White
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The New York Times | Jul 23rd
Nice stretch run raises hope there's still plenty in the tank.
Breaking Football | Jul 22nd
Simply could not stay healthy last year. Hopefully his ankle woes are behind him and he can return to dominance.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He is continuing to decline in his upside and should be good for nearly 1,000 yards and 5 TDs.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
There’s some optimism that White, 32, can regain most of his form and be a strong contributor to a Falcons offense that desperately needs him considering the retirement of Tony Gonzalez. In fact he might end up being a very good draft value as a No.2 or No.3 receiver considering the amount of targets he is very likely to pick up. White has a TON of upside and potential if he can get back to that elite level of play. At one point from 2007 thru 2012, White was Mr.Consistency, producing 1,150-plus yards in each of those 6 seasons while racking up at least 80 receptions per season as well, along with 7-plus touchdowns in 5 of those 6 seasons
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Will likely push for WR1 numbers this season
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
White should benefit from not having to play the entire season with a high ankle sprain, but I think he is on the downside of his NFL career. Expect a bounce back season, but not the Top-10 seasons that he has displayed in the past.
KFFL | Jul 8th
Does Jamaal Charles rule the roost? Plus, which wide receiver does Tim prefer?
EDSFootball | Jun 29th
#459553023 / gettyimages.com Extremely durable and consistently productive are two phrases that have long been associated with Falcons wide receiver Roddy White. To a certain degree, however, it was his previous durability that hurt his productivity in 2013. Before the 2013 season, White had never missed a regular-season game in his previous eight NFL seasons (2005 to 2012). Sustaining a hi...