INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts on Monday brought in two veterans — Chris Culliver and Corey White — to add more depth and competition to the cornerback position with just a couple weeks to go until the start of the regular season.
White, 27, comes to the Colts after spending the offseason with the New York Jets.
He entered the league with the New Orleans Saints, who selected him in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Samford. White has played three seasons with the Saints, and has also had stints with the Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals and Buffalo Bills.
White has played in 66 career games with 24 starts, and has racked up 151 tackles, a sack, 22 passes defensed, six interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, and has also played in two playoff games, where he has logged eight tackles.
So what does White bring to the table for the Colts' secondary? Let's take a look at the tape:
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