Blair White has been placed on waivers by the Indianapolis Colts, according to reports. He spent two years with the team after signing as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Michigan State before the 2010 season. White caught 36 passes for 355 yards and five touchdowns in his first year, proving serviceable in an injury-plagued receiving corps.
White caught zero passes in seven games played during the Colts' ill-fated 2011 season, however. He landed on injured reserve midway through November after struggling with a knee injury. White did prove somewhat useful as a return man for the Colts. Though he never shook loose--he had 17 return attempts for 102 yards in two seasons--that versatility could make White useful to another team also in need of receiving help.
The Colts continue to clean house on offense, having already let go of Dallas Clark, Joseph Addai and Curtis Painter since the season ended. Reggie Wayne still sits atop the receiving depth chart, but is now backed by Austin Collie, Donnie Avery and Quan Cosby.