The Atlanta Falcons released wide receiver Roddy White on Wednesday.
White, 34, has spent his entire 11-season NFL career with the Falcons. He started 16 games this past season, catching 43 passes for 506 yards and just one touchdown. It was his worst statistical season since 2006, when he started only five games.
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Text from Roddy White: "Hey I just got cut. Now I have to find me a job." White added he still wants to play in the NFL "another year or 2."— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 2, 2016
He is the Falcons' all-time leader in receiving yards (10,863), TD receptions (63) and receptions (808).
"It is always a challenge to balance how we feel about a particular player with the implications of the salary cap, as well as the clear commitment we have to our fans and stakeholders to assemble a championship-caliber roster each and every year," Falcons owner Arthur Blank said.
"Roddy will forever be part of the Falcons family and I'm confident our fans will always remember and be grateful for the exemplary way he has represented them over the last 11 years."
White had six consecutive seasons with at least 1,000 receiving yards from 2007-2012 and is a four-time Pro Bowler. The South Carolina native led the NFL with 115 receptions during the 2010 season.
The Falcons drafted White in the first round (27th overall) in 2005.