The concern for Atlanta is that age and injuries are catching up to a four-time Pro Bowl receiver who turns 34 in November.
An iron man early in his career, White has battled a litany of injuries since his 2013 season was ravaged by ankle, hamstring and shoulder issues. He had to have his knee drained prior to minicamp in June and was planning to do so again during the 2015 season.
Although White is still a reliable pass catcher, he had trouble separating from coverage and failed to force a single missed tackle after the catch, per Pro Football Focus, on 122 targets last season. That's a shocking loss of playmaking ability for an aging wideout.