RB LenDale White Released By Denver Broncos

MINNEAPOLIS - SEPTEMBER 02: LenDale White #25 of the Denver Broncos leaves the field during an NFL preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings at the Mall of America Field at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome on September 2 2010 in Minneapolis Minnesota. (Photo by Tom Dahlin/Getty Images)

A year after signing him, RB LenDale White has been released by the Denver Broncos.

The Denver Broncos are making a number of personnel moves on Tuesday including the release of RB LenDale White. The Denver Post reports the Broncos have parted ways with White just one year after signing him.

He now becomes a free agent and it's unclear what kind of opportunities there will be for him.

White was originally the Tennessee Titans 2006 second round draft pick where he lasted for two years. In April of 2010, he was re-signed by the Titans only to be traded to the Seattle Seahawks on NFL draft weekend.

Shortly after the trade to Seattle, it was reported that he was facing a suspension for a failed drug test. The Seahawks, headed by White's former USC coach Pete Carroll, released White the following month.

He joined the Broncos last season before tearing his Achilles' in the preseason and missing the entire season.

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