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Draft Scout Roddy White News
10/20/14 - WR Roddy White broke WR Terance Mathis' franchise record for career touchdown receptions with a 4-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter. White has caught 58 touchdowns since being drafted by Atlanta in 2005. He also owns franchise records for receptions (713), receiving yards (9,789), 100-yard receiving games (38) and 10-catch games (11). White's 58 TDs rank second to RB Michael Turner, who scored 61 times (60 rushing and one receiving) in five seasons with the Falcons.
10/19/14 - WR Roddy White continues to show why he is widely regarded as one the top pass catchers in the league. On a day when the offense otherwise struggled, White caught 9 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown. White consistently creates matchup problems and quarterback Matt Ryan has been able to exploit that. "We have to play more consistent on offense," White said. "We've got to get off to faster starts. We are not playing efficient football."
10/14/14 - WR Roddy White, who has been struggling this season, had two dropped passes against the Bears. He's caught 19 of his 37 targeted passes (57.4 percent) and has four drops.
10/06/14 - WR Roddy White recorded his 700th career reception, becoming the 43rd player in NFL history to accomplish that feat. He is one of 11 active players with 700-or-more receptions. White finished the game with two catches for 26 yards. Since 2008, his 559 catches are the fourth-most in the NFL.
10/01/14 - WR Roddy White - Caught four passes for 73 yards and one touchdown at Minnesota. He tied wide receiver Terance Mathis for the most receiving touchdowns in team history with his 57th career score.