Players

Roddy White
WR #84
Height:
6-0
Weight:
211
Age:
32
College:
Alabama-Birmingham
Experience:
10

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
28
YDS
353
AVG
12.6
TDS
3
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 713 9,789 13.7 90 58 9 19 2.1 16 0 11 7
2014 ATL 6 6 28 353 12.6 39 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 ATL 13 13 63 711 11.3 39T 3 -- -- -- -- -- 2 1
2012 ATL 16 15 92 1,351 14.7 59 7 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2011 ATL 16 16 100 1,296 13 43 8 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 ATL 16 16 115 1,389 12.1 46 10 1 3 3 3 0 1 1
2009 ATL 16 16 85 1,153 13.6 90T 11 1 2 2 2 0 1 0
2008 ATL 16 15 88 1,382 15.7 70T 7 2 4 2 2 0 1 1
2007 ATL 16 15 83 1,202 14.5 69T 6 1 -2 -2 -2 0 3 2
2006 ATL 16 5 30 506 16.9 55 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2005 ATL 16 8 29 446 15.4 54T 3 4 12 3 16 0 1 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 NO W 37-34 5 72 14.4 39 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 @CIN L 10-24 5 42 8.4 19 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 TB W 56-14 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 @MIN L 28-41 4 73 18.3 24 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 @NYG L 20-30 2 26 13 22 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 CHI L 13-27 3 40 13.3 23 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 @BAL L 7-29 9 100 11.1 23 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

Transactions

Selected as a first round (27th pick overall) draft choice by Atlanta in 2005.

2013 (Falcons)

Recorded 63 catches for 711 yards (11.3 avg.) with three touchdowns despite missing three games due to an early season injury. Improved his franchise record for 100-yard receiving games to 37 with two 100-yard games in 2013. Passed LB Keith Brooking (130) for third on the club’s consecutive games played after seeing action in his 133rd straight game against Tampa Bay (10/20). Broke WR Alfred Jenkins’ franchise record for consecutive games with at least one reception after hauling in a six-yard pass on Atlanta’s opening drive against New England (9/29). Caught at least one pass in 104 straight games, topping Jenkins club record of 103 set between 1975 and 1983. White hit his stride after bouncing back from injury by posting his best game of the year against Buffalo. Notched 10 catches for 143 yards (14.3 avg.). His 143-yard performance was tied for the eighth-highest single-game yardage output of his career. Continued his late season surge, catching a season-high 12 passes for 141 yards, including a 39-yard touchdown at San Francisco. White’s 12 catches were one shy of his career best 13, set at Pittsburgh in 2010. while he recorded the 11th 10-catch game of his career and his second game with 10-plus catches in 2013. Closed out the season by catching 43 catches for 502 yards with 26 first down receptions, and two touchdowns in the final five games. During that span, ranked second behind WR Julian Edelman for the NFL lead in receptions and ranked third in receiving yards.

Transactions

Selected as a first round (27th pick overall) draft choice by Atlanta in 2005.

2013 (Falcons)

Recorded 63 catches for 711 yards (11.3 avg.) with three touchdowns despite missing three games due to an early season injury. Improved his franchise record for 100-yard receiving games to 37 with two 100-yard games in 2013. Passed LB Keith Brooking (130) for third on the club’s consecutive games played after seeing action in his 133rd straight game against Tampa Bay (10/20). Broke WR Alfred Jenkins’ franchise record for consecutive games with at least one reception after hauling in a six-yard pass on Atlanta’s opening drive against New England (9/29). Caught at least one pass in 104 straight games, topping Jenkins club record of 103 set between 1975 and 1983. White hit his stride after bouncing back from injury by posting his best game of the year against Buffalo. Notched 10 catches for 143 yards (14.3 avg.). His 143-yard performance was tied for the eighth-highest single-game yardage output of his career. Continued his late season surge, catching a season-high 12 passes for 141 yards, including a 39-yard touchdown at San Francisco. White’s 12 catches were one shy of his career best 13, set at Pittsburgh in 2010. while he recorded the 11th 10-catch game of his career and his second game with 10-plus catches in 2013. Closed out the season by catching 43 catches for 502 yards with 26 first down receptions, and two touchdowns in the final five games. During that span, ranked second behind WR Julian Edelman for the NFL lead in receptions and ranked third in receiving yards.

Career

In nine seasons with the Falcons, has recorded 685 receptions for 9,436 yards with 55 touchdowns. Owns Falcons franchise records for receptions (685), receiving yards (9,436), 100-yard games (37), receiving yards in a season (1,389), and receptions in a season (115). Finished the 2012 season with 92 catches for 1,351 yards and seven touchdowns, becoming fifth player in NFL history to record three consecutive seasons with 90+ receptions and 1,200+ yards. Ranked ninth in the NFL with 1,351 receiving yards and tied for 10th with 92 catches in 2012. Teamed up with WR Julio Jones to make up one of the top receiving tandems in the NFL in 2012. Atlanta was one of four teams with two 1,000-yard receivers in 2012. In 2012, the duo of White & Jones were the first Falcons teammates to post 1,000 receiving yards in the same season since WR Tony Martin (1,181) and Terance Mathis (1,136) each accomplished that feat in 1998. In 2012, White became the sixth receiver in NFL history to record six consecutive seasons with at least 80 catches and 1,000 receiving yards. Set a franchise record with his sixth consecutive 1,000 yard season in 2012. Teamed up with Jones to become the first Falcons teammates to post 100 receiving yards in a single playoff game in franchise history against the 49ers (1/20/13). Set franchise records for career postseason receptions (34) and postseason receiving yards (369). Logged three straight 100 yard games for the second time in his career notching 118 yards vs. Dallas (11/4/12), 114 yards at New Orleans (11/11/12), and 123 yards vs. Arizona (11/18/12). Caught nine passes for 117 yards at Carolina (12/9), including a four-yard touchdown for his 50th career touchdown reception. Became the third player in franchise history to catch 50 touchdown passes in his career. White is the only player in the NFL to record over 1,200 receiving yards in each season from 2010-2012 and one of just three receivers to post at least 1,000 receiving yards each year during that time. Pieced together a streak of four straight games with at least on touchdown reception in 2009, which ranks tied for second in club annals. White’s 9,436 career receiving yards rank 7th among active players while his 685 receptions rank 11th. Earned his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl selection after catching an NFC-best 100 passes for 1,296 yards with eight touchdowns in 2011. White is the second receiver in team history to record 500-or-more career catches and the first to eclipse 600 receptions. His 622 career receptions are the most in club annals. Since 2008, White ranks second in the NFC and ranks third in the NFL with 480 receptions. Additionally, his 43 touchdowns are tied for the second most in the League during that time. In 2011, led the NFC in receptions for the second straight season (100) and became the first player in Falcons history to record multiple seasons with 100-or-more catches. Led the League with 35 catches on third down, 29 of which resulted in first downs. Also tied for the League lead and set a new franchise record with 77 first down receptions in 2011. Passed WR Terance Mathis to become the franchise’s all-time receiving yardage leader after recording four catches for 69 yards vs. Tampa Bay in the 2011 season finale. Earned his third consecutive Pro Bowl berth in 2010 after recording his fourth straight 1,000-yard season, leading the NFC and setting a new franchise record with 1,389 yards. Named the Wide Receiver of the Year by the NFL Almuni for his performance in 2010. Earned PFW/PFWA All-NFL honors in 2010. In 2010, received 47 of 50 possible votes to earn his first career All-Pro selection. Led the League with a career-high and franchise-best 115 receptions, and became the third player in team history to record 100-or-more catches in a season. Is the first wide receiver in franchise history to post six consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. In 2010, hauled in an NFL-best 36 receptions for a League-leading 497 yards on third down. Since 2008, leads the NFL with 120 catches and 102 first downs on third down. His 13 touchdowns on third down tied for the second most in the NFL. Collected 104 yards on seven receptions against San Francisco (10/3/10). Also forced a fumble that led to the Falcons 68-yard game-winning drive with just 1:22 remaining in the game. Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after totaling a season-high 201 receiving yards on 11 catches with two touchdowns against Cincinnati (10/24/10). Named NFC Offensive Player of the Month for the month of October after posting 29 receptions for 489 yards and three touchdowns in four games. Also posted three 100-plus-yard receiving games during the month. Became the fastest player in Falcons history to reach 1,000 yards in a season by hauling in nine catches for 83 yards at St. Louis (11/21/10). Set a franchise record for total receiving yards in one game with 210 at San Francisco on October 11, 2009. Pieced together a streak of four straight games with at least on touchdown reception in 2009, which ranks tied for second in club annals. Became the first Falcons player in team history and the 12th player in NFL history to have 80 catches and 1,100-plus yards in three consecutive seasons. Set a franchise receiving record with 1,382 yards in 2008, besting Alfred Jenkins’ old record of 1,358 yards in 1981 en route to his first Pro Bowl selection. In 2008, White and RB Michael Turner became the first Falcons duo to record 1,000-yard rushing and receiving seasons since 1998. Posted the Falcons first 1,000-yard season by a receiver since 1999 when he compiled 1,202 yards on 83 receptions in 2007. Finished the 2007 campaign tied for third in the NFC in receiving yards (1,202) while recording a career-best five 100-yard games.

Extra Points

Spent a day at Benjamin E. Mays High School in Atlanta, serving as a cheerleader, band member, teacher, and coach as part of Duracell’s Trust Your Power program. White also donated items to the school to help the kids both on the field and in the classroom. Hosts a football camp for kids where he serves as a coach and gives daily talks highlighting the finer points of the game of football and life. In 2013 his camp was presented by Academy Sports & Outdoors.

College

Totaled 163 receptions for 3,112 yards and 26 touchdowns, while starting 43 of 45 games for Alabama-Birmingham during his four-year career with the Blazers. His career totals rank second all-time in school history. Led the nation with 1,452 receiving yards and ranked third in the country with a 20.5-yard per catch average in 2004 as an All-Conference USA first-team pick as a senior. Registered six 100-yard receiving contests. Received All-Conference USA second-team honors after starting every game for the Blazers and leading the team with 39 catches for 844 yards with seven touchdowns as a junior.

Personal

Lettered in football, baseball and wrestling at James Island (Charleston, SC) High School, where he twice earned all-state and All-Low County recognition for football. Won two state wrestling titles. Born Sharod Lamor White on November 2, 1981 in James Island, South Carolina. Has one son, Roddy Jr., and one daughter, Milan.

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