Player Bio

Kevin White
WR #11
Height:
6-3
Weight:
216
Age:
25
College:
West Virginia
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2017):

REC
2
YDS
6
AVG
3
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 21 193 9.2 32 0 1 9 9 9 0 0 0
2017 CHI 1 1 2 6 3 6 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2016 CHI 4 4 19 187 9.8 32 0 1 9 9 9 0 -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 ATL L 17-23 2 6 3 6 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

PRO CAREER: Started 4 games in his second NFL season, catching 19 passes for 187 yards (9.8 avg)... Rushed 1 time for 9 yards (9.0 avg)... Spent rookie season on the PUP list.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Chicago Bears in the first round (7th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft... Signed with the Bears (5/6/15). SIGNED through 2019.

2016 SEASON: Started the first 4 games of the season before being placed on Injured Reserve, tallying 19 receptions for 187 yards (9.8 avg)... Rushed once for 9 yards (9.0 avg) GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 4-4

PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2015 – Spent entire rookie season on the PUP list.

COLLEGE: In two seasons at West Virginia (2013-14), started 22-of-24 games, notching 144 receptions for 1,954 yards (13.6 avg) and 15 touchdowns… All-American (AFCA, Sporting News, Athlon, CBSSports, SBNation, Sports on Earth), Biletnikoff finalist (presented annually to the nation's outstanding college football receiver), and Maxwell Award semifinalist (presented annually to the nation's college player of the year)... Also earned first team all-Big 12 (AP, Coaches, ESPN.com) and West Virginia's offensive MVP honors... Started his collegiate career at Lackawanna College (2011-12), recording 535 yards on 36 catches (14.9 avg) and 6 touchdowns.

PERSONAL: Attended Emmaus High School (Emmaus, PA) where he was named an all-Lehigh Valley Athletic Conference receiver and defensive back following his senior season.

PRO CAREER: Started 4 games in his second NFL season, catching 19 passes for 187 yards (9.8 avg)... Rushed 1 time for 9 yards (9.0 avg)... Spent rookie season on the PUP list.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Chicago Bears in the first round (7th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft... Signed with the Bears (5/6/15). SIGNED through 2019.

2016 SEASON: Started the first 4 games of the season before being placed on Injured Reserve, tallying 19 receptions for 187 yards (9.8 avg)... Rushed once for 9 yards (9.0 avg) GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 4-4

PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2015 – Spent entire rookie season on the PUP list.

COLLEGE: In two seasons at West Virginia (2013-14), started 22-of-24 games, notching 144 receptions for 1,954 yards (13.6 avg) and 15 touchdowns… All-American (AFCA, Sporting News, Athlon, CBSSports, SBNation, Sports on Earth), Biletnikoff finalist (presented annually to the nation's outstanding college football receiver), and Maxwell Award semifinalist (presented annually to the nation's college player of the year)... Also earned first team all-Big 12 (AP, Coaches, ESPN.com) and West Virginia's offensive MVP honors... Started his collegiate career at Lackawanna College (2011-12), recording 535 yards on 36 catches (14.9 avg) and 6 touchdowns.

PERSONAL: Attended Emmaus High School (Emmaus, PA) where he was named an all-Lehigh Valley Athletic Conference receiver and defensive back following his senior season.

 

Recent Articles

  • White headed to IR with broken scapula

    Posted Sep 11, 2017

    Bears receiver Kevin White sustained a fractured scapula in Sunday’s loss to the Falcons and will be placed on injured reserve for the third time in as many seasons.

  • Healthy White happy to be on football field

    Posted Jul 27, 2017

    Now healthy after missing most of his first two NFL seasons with leg injuries, Bears receiver Kevin White is enjoying every minute he gets to spend playing football.

  • White will not be limited in training camp

    Posted Jul 26, 2017

    After missing 28 of 32 games over his first two NFL seasons, receiver Kevin White will hit the ground running Thursday when the Bears conduct their first training camp practice.

  • White determined to 'turn it up'

    Posted May 31, 2017

    After serious leg injuries in his first two NFL seasons forced Kevin White to miss 28 of 32 games, the receiver's sense of urgency is currently at an all-time high.

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