Tom Brady: James White 'gained a lot of trust from' Patriots

FOXBORO, Mass. — Tom Brady has found a new security blanket since Julian Edelman went down with a broken foot. The quarterback has been at his best recently while targeting New England Patriots third-down back James White. White has earned trust from his Patriots teammates since taking over for Dion Lewis, who opened the season as the Patriots’ starting running back but hit...
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December 20, 2015  |  Discuss

James White, Patriots Cornerbacks Among Bright Spots In Loss To Eagles

FOXBORO, Mass. — Losing streaks are met with outright panic from New England Patriots Nation. It’s understandable. No offense, but you’re a spoiled group after being pampered with four Super Bowl titles since Bill Belichick and Tom Brady arrived in the region 15 years ago. The Patriots’ 35-28 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was mostly bad but not all bad. Let’s put on...
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December 06, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Patriots RB James White Stiff Arms Bills DB To The Turf to Score First NFL Touchdown

Ever since Dion Lewis went down the New England Patriots have been trying to find a player they could count on coming out of the backfield.  A few have had moments, but no one has really taken control of the position. So the team keeps lining everyone up at one time or another.Late in the first half it was James White that got the call so when he caught a ball out in the flats,...
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November 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Patriots’ James White Breaks Tackle, Scores First NFL Touchdown (Video)

FOXBORO — The New England Patriots’ offense was having all sorts of problems in the first half Monday night, clearly suffering from the absence of wide receiver Julian Edelman and running back Dion Lewis. Enter Lewis’ backup. With the Patriots locked in a 3-3 game against the Buffalo Bills and just 13 seconds remaining second quarter, quarterback Tom Brady found James White...
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November 23, 2015  |  Discuss

James White looks very promising for the Patriots

Beside second-year quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, the one other guy I really wanted to see on offense was running back James White. It may only be the first preseason game, but White gives Patriots fans something to talk about. White is not going to come in and become the starting running back. That is not going to happen, yet. But what White can come in and do is become the third...
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August 14, 2015  |  Discuss

James White playing his way into the Shane Vereen role

During training camp, jobs are to be won, and jobs are lost. Guys who were once fringe roster guys, second-year players can win major roles on a roster. These battles occur all over the NFL every training camp and preseason. For the New England Patriots, one of those guys battling for a role is James White. When looking at the Patriots running back depth chart, after LeGarrette...
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July 31, 2015  |  Discuss

New England Patriots Training Camp: DB Branon Browner Lowers the Boom on Rookie RB James White

The New England Patriots were not real happy when they lost Aqib Talib during the off-season, but they were ecstatic when they were able to sign former Seattle Seahawks defensive back Brandon Browner. As a former member of the Legion of Boom what he is capable of is no secret. Any secondary would be glad to have him.But there is just something about seeing him lay the boom on someone...
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July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Patriots Hope James White Can Be Replacement For LeGarrette Blount (Video)

After losing running back LeGarrette Blount to free agency, the New England Patriots turned to the draft to add some more depth to the position. Their answer was Wisconsin running back James White, who the Pats picked in the fourth round. But White won’t necessarily be a replacement for Blount. In fact, he reminds head coach Bill Belichick of another one of his running backs: Shane...
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May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter reaction to newly drafted running back James White

The Patriots added depth and ball security when they drafted James White, the former Wisconsin running back, with the 130th pick. He is no stranger to sharing the running load, as he split carries with Giovanni Bernard in high school and cycled with John Clay, Melvin Gordon and Montee Ball at Wisconsin. Overall he averaged 6.2 yards per carry for 4,015 yards in three years and set...
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May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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