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Chicago Tribune: White is at “full speed”

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Kevin White has barely played for the Chicago Bears since he was drafted in the 2015 NFL Draft with the seventh overall pick. According to the Chicago Tribune, White is “full speed” ahead as he recovers from a leg injury.

He has missed 28 games in his career. The injuries include fractured left tibia, fibular spiral fracture and sever ankle ligament damage.

Cleveland Browns defensive back Ibraheim Campbell attempts to tackle Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White (Getty Images)

Cleveland Browns defensive back Ibraheim Campbell attempts to tackle Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White (Getty Images)

Even last month, the Tribune said that White’s progress was a “mystery.” However, they did say that he was “working to align his stride.”

He was on the field during minicamp with the team. His teammates, according to the Tribune, “were excited for White after he was able to sink his hips and explode out of a curl route.”

Cameron Meredith is the team’s top target for quarterbacks Mike Glennon and Mitch Trubisky. If White is able to stay healthy, which he hasn’t been able to do thus far, he’ll be the team’s top receiver.

White played in four games last season, all starts. He had 19 receptions for a 187 yards.

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