Found January 27, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Pat WhiteMike Mayock
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
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The 2009 NFL Draft was littered with names such as Matthew Stafford, Clay Matthews, Percy Harvin, Mike Wallace and B.J. Raji, but the one name out of that draft that never had the chance to make his mark in the NFL was Pat White. The former Miami Dolphins quarterback attended West Virginia University and was considered a second round pick by NFL Network’s Mike Mayock. However all the talk surrounding him was about converting him to any other position than quarterback... Read more
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