Former Notre Dame captain tears ACL in training camp
Tough news today for former Notre Dame linebacker and captain Drew White, who was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Washington Commanders this spring. White tore an ACL on Tuesday and will miss the season.
Commanders head coach Ron Rivera confirmed the news on Wednesday when he met the media.
White spent five seasons at Notre Dame from 2017-2021, serving as a captain during his final year. He recorded 199 tackles during his time with the Fighting Irish including 21.5 that came for a loss. He was less then two weeks into his first NFL training camp when he was injured.
All the best to White in his recovery.
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