Falcons wide receiver Roddy White reiterated in an expansive interview that he hopes to remain with the team but said he hasn’t been given any indication of his future from coach Dan Quinn or general manager Thomas Dimitroff.
“No, I haven’t spoken to anybody,” the veteran wide receiver said by phone. “I haven’t been given clarity about anything.”
White spoke on a number of topics, including offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, who was criticized during the season for the offense’s lack of production: White said he and Shanahan “didn’t have any problems” on a personal level. But, “Maybe what he expected from me and I expected for myself — the bridge just broke down.”
For more from White, go to the full column on MyAJC.com, which is linked here.
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