Former Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White said Thursday that he’d be happy going into retirement if he doesn’t join a contender this season, according to ESPN.
“I’m considering playing for a winner, but if I’m not I’m fine just where I’m at right now,” said White, 34.
White told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he has the opportunity to join a team that has the chance to win a Super Bowl, saying “maybe six teams” meet his standards.
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White is the Falcons all-time leading pass-catcher with 10, 863 yards on 808 catches and 63 touchdowns. White, however, is not in any rush to join another team.
“I’ve got the kid obligations for the summer and vacations I have to do,” he said.
He did say, however, that he’d love to retire a Falcon, saying that his time in Atlanta has been “sweet.”
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