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Stephen White

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I'm a retired NFL player originally from Memphis, TN. Played college ball for Tennessee and professionally for the Bucs for six years and the Jets for one year.

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Bears a Super Bowl darkhorse

Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White says a better defense, a loaded offense and Marc Trestman's magic touch with Jay Cutler are more than enough to keep the Bears hunting through February.

Jadeveon Clowney unleashes the beast

Jadeveon Clowney made waves this week harassing the Falcons, but he wasn't the only rookie who caught Stephen White's attention. The retired NFL defensive end looks at first-year players'...

Revisiting the rookies

This year's rookie class got its first taste of NFL action in last week's preseason games. How'd they do? Stephen White revisits his scouting profiles to see how the league's young guns performed.

Good things about Bruce 'Bad Things' Smith

Sure, Bruce Smith could do some "Bad Things" to quarterbacks, but young players could pick up a lot of good things from him. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White shares memories of watching Smith.

Mike Singletary made defense fun

Forget the touchdown dances, Hall of Fame middle linebacker Mike Singletary made hitting something to smile about to a generation of NFL fans who came of age in the 1980s.

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Old favorites finding new directions

The dust has settled on the NFL Draft, and a few teams are all set to turn things around this year. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White looks at the direction teams took with their new players...

Finding the future stars

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Which first-round picks will we still be talking about five years from now? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White checks in with a look at the teams and the players featured on the first night of...

Former NFL DE: Clowney's No. 1

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Stephen White wraps up his player breakdowns ahead of the draft with a look back at the process, rankings and a bonus confession.

Can Marqise Lee catch on in the NFL?

Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White turns his focus to the USC wide receiver.

Louis Nix III, the best of both worlds

Is he a nose tackle in a 3-4 or an inside guy in a 4-3? Maybe he can be both. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White breaks down Irish Chocolate.

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