James White Announces his Retirement

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Ah s**t....I really loved watching him play and what an outstanding, loyal player he was! So tragic was happened to his family.

Happy retirement Jimmy Boy! And many thanks from us fans!

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Kind of saw this coming, congratulations on a great career, happy trails!!!
 

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I knew this announcement would likely come by the end of camp, and now that it's been made, and despite having braced for it, I am very sad.

He will be a Patriots HOFer in short time. 8 TD's in 12 career playoff games and was just as instrumental as Brady in the one that mattered the most. Hope you like the color red, James. Thanks for everything.
 

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like others said, not surprised considering the injury he suffered last year.
Great player and a great person. will be missed.
 

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Though not quite as good as his namesake, Rudy "Sweet Feet" Huxtable, James White was a great watch - absolute precision - and to all appearances was an absolute class act. I'd have loved to have him back this year if he was ready, willing, and able.
 

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So steady, so reliable, great hands and quick feet- one great Patriot and a tremendous human being.

Thank you so much James White and best wishes for the future - I know it will be wonderful for you.
 

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Another Pats legend bites the dust due to injuries. Sad to see him go that way, but he will be remembered for his many contributions in key moments -- especially the game winning touchdown in the greatest comeback in SB history.

Happy trails, sweet feet. Forever Pats legend. See you in Pats' HOF induction.
 
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