New England Patriots running back James White is retiring after eight seasons in the NFL. White announced the news on his Twitter account.
“New England will be in my heart forever. Thank you for unwavering support over the years. I am forever grateful. This chapter has been one that I will cherish. I look forward to what is next.”
The running back played his entire career with New England and helped lead the Patriots to three Super Bowl titles. His 14 catches in Super Bowl LI propelled New England to a historic comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons.