|2014||New England Patriots||3||9||38||4.22||11||0||1|
|2015||New England Patriots||14||22||56||2.55||8||2||3|
|2016||New England Patriots||16||39||166||4.26||16||0||8|
|2017||New England Patriots||14||43||171||3.98||10||0||6|
|2018||New England Patriots||16||94||425||4.52||27||5||22|
|2014||New England Patriots||3||5||23||4.6||11||0||1||20||0||0|
|2015||New England Patriots||14||40||410||10.25||68||4||19||47.5||6||1|
|2016||New England Patriots||16||60||551||9.18||61||5||26||43.33||5||1|
|2017||New England Patriots||14||56||429||7.66||27||3||25||44.64||6||0|
|2018||New England Patriots||16||87||751||8.63||42||7||38||43.68||3||1|
|2014||New England Patriots||3||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2015||New England Patriots||14||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2016||New England Patriots||16||2||28||14||18||0||0||0||0||0|
|2017||New England Patriots||14|
|2018||New England Patriots||16|
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|2015||New England Patriots||14||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2016||New England Patriots||16||0||0||0||1||0||0|
|2017||New England Patriots||14||0|
|2018||New England Patriots||16||0|
|2014||New England Patriots||3||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2015||New England Patriots||14||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2016||New England Patriots||16||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2017||New England Patriots||14||1||1||0||0||0||0|
|2018||New England Patriots||16||1||1||0||0||0||0|
James White was drafted by the New England Patriots in the 4th round (130th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.
James White was drafted by the New England Patriots in the fourth round (130th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.
- Elected an offensive co-captain by his teammates for the first time in his career.
- Was a key contributor on offense in the season-opening victory vs. Houston (9/9), rushing five times for 18 yards and adding four receptions for 38 yards, including a 12-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter.
- Was a key contributor on offense out of the backfield, rushing four times for 11 yards and hauling in a team-high seven catches for 73 yards at Jacksonville (9/16). Had a 27-yard catch-and-run at the end of a third-quarter drive that led to a Patriots field goal which cut the deficit to 11 early in the fourth quarter.
- Rushed four times 37 yards and added three receptions for 14 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown reception at the start of the third quarter that cut the deficit to three points early in the second half at Detroit (9/23).
- Totaled 112 yards of offense with eight carries for 44 yards, including a career-long 22-yard touchdown run in the second quarter that helped open up the first-half lead in the victory vs. Miami (9/30). Also added a game-high eight receptions for 68 yards and a 14-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter.
- Started and was a key component of the passing attack, catching a game-high 10 passes for 77 yards and a touchdown during the victory vs. Indianapolis (10/4). It was the third 10-reception game of his career, making him the first Patriots running back to have three such games in his career.
- Rushed six times for 39 yards and added five receptions for 53 yards during the victory vs. Kansas City (10/14).
- Carried the ball 11 times for 40 yards and was a key figure in the passing game, catching eight balls for 57 yards and two touchdowns during the victory at Chicago (10/21). His two receiving touchdowns gave him six total for the season, surpassing his previous season career-high of five back in 2016.
- Was a key contributor on offense as one of only two active running backs on the 46-man roster, and rushed eight times for 15 yards and a touchdown, while also tying a regular season career-high with 10 receptions for 79 yards in the win at Buffalo (10/29). His 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter was the Patriots lone offensive touchdown of the night and pushed the lead to two scores late in the game to help seal the victory.
- Started and rushed 12 times for 31 yards with two scores, while also adding six receptions for a total of 72 yards in the victory vs. Green Bay (11/4). His six catches gave him 61 total for the season, setting a new single-season high in receptions through just nine games, surpassing his previous season-best of 60 from 2016.
- Started at running back and caught five passes for 31 yards in the matchup at Tennessee (11/11).
- Rushed nine times for a career-high 73 yards, including a career-long 27 yard rush in the third quarter of the win at the New York Jets (11/25). Also added one reception for 5 yards.
- Contributed on offense with seven catches for 92 yards, while adding six carries for 26 yards in the victory vs. Minnesota (12/2).
- Contributed in a reserve role with four carries for 13 yards, while adding two receptions for 15 yards at Miami (12/9).
- Rushed twice for 12 yards and added five catches for 25 yards at Pittsburgh (12/16), setting a new franchise record for the most receptions and the most receiving yards by a New England running back in a single season. Through 15 weeks, White’s 81 receptions and 699 receiving yards surpassed the previous franchise records set by RB Tony Collins in 1986 with 77 catches for 699 yards.
- Rushed eight times for 41 yards, including a career-long touchdown run of 27 yards, and added two receptions for 13 yards in the win vs. Buffalo (12/23).
- Rushed four times for 30 yards and added four receptions for 39 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown reception in the win vs. the New York Jets (12/30). It was his seventh touchdown reception of the season, tying RB Larry Garron for the most touchdown receptions by a Patriots running back in a single season.
2017 (14/4, 3/0)
- Played in 14 regular-season games with four starts, posted 43 rushing attempts for 171 yards (4.0 avg.) and caught 56 passes for 429 yards and three touchdowns.
- Appeared in all three playoff contests as a reserve, tallied 14 rushing attempts for 60 yards (4.3 avg.) and three touchdowns and caught nine passes for 72 yards and one touchdown.
- Was inactive due to injury in the win vs. Buffalo (12/24) and in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (12/31).
- Rushed twice for 11 yards and was a key contributor in the passing game where he led the team in receptions with eight catches for 85 yards in the victory at New Orleans (9/17).
- Made his first start of the season and led the team in receptions, tying a regular-season career-high in receptions with 10 catches for 47 yards while also rushing once for 7 yards vs. Carolina (10/1).
- Rushed four times for 19 yards as part of a rushing attack that had a season-high 162 yards on the ground. Added a team-high five receptions for 28 yards, including a 2-yard touchdown reception from QB Tom Brady with less than 30 seconds remaining in the first half to give the Patriots a 17-0 lead at the break in the 23-7 win vs. Atlanta (10/22).
- Was a key figure in the passing game, hauling in five receptions for a game-high 85 yards, while adding one carry for 2 yards in the win vs. L.A. Chargers (10/29).
- Contributed in a reserve role at running back with two carries for 7 yards, while also adding three catches for 11 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown reception in the victory at Denver (11/12).
- Started and caught three passes out of the backfield for 11 yards, including a 3-yard touchdown reception at Miami (12/11).
- Returned to action after missing the final two regular-season games due to injury in the Divisional Playoff victory vs. Tennessee (1/13) and rushed four times for 11 yards and a touchdown, while also adding four receptions for 29 yards and another touchdown. His two-touchdown performance was the second multi-score game of his postseason career, making him one of only three Patriots players with at least two multi-score games in the postseason along with RB LeGarrette Blount and TE Rob Gronkowski.
- Appeared in a reserve role at running back and rushed three times for 4 yards and a touchdown, and added three receptions for 22 yards in the AFC Championship victory vs. Jacksonville (1/21).
- Rushed seven times for 45 yards, including a career-long 26-yard touchdown run, while also adding two catches for 21 yards in Super Bowl LII vs. Philadelphia (2/4)
2016 (16/4, 3/0)
- Played in all 16 regular-season games with four starts and registered 39 rushing attempts for 166 yards (4.3 avg.) and finished second on the team with 60 receptions for 551 yards and five touchdowns. Also returned two kickoffs for 28 yards. His five receiving touchdowns were tied for most among NFL running backs (Theo Riddick, Detroit) and 60 receptions were third at his position.
- Sixty regular-season receptions were the most by a Patriots running back since Leroy Thompson (65) in 1994.
- Appeared in all three postseason games and totaled seven rushing attempts for 29 yards (4.1 avg.) and two touchdowns and caught 18 passes for 137 yards and two scores. Also successfully converted a two-point attempt.
- Caught two touchdown passes in the win vs. Cincinnati (10/16) - a 15-yard pass in the second quarter and a 4-yard pass in the third quarter - to mark the first two-touchdown reception game of his career, and his second career two-touchdown game overall. Finished the day with a team-high eight receptions for 47 yards and also rushed for 19 yards on seven attempts.
- Totaled two receptions for 32 yards , including a 19-yard touchdown in the win at Pittsburgh (10/23).
- Tallied six receptions for 63 yards and a touchdown in the win at San Francisco (11/20).
- Rushed twice for 3 yards and added three receptions for 81 yards, including a season-long 61-yard catch and run that helped set up a Patriots touchdown in the win vs. Baltimore (12/12). Also returned one kick for 18 yards.
- Caught three passes for 32 yards and a touchdown in addition to 14 rushing yards on one attempt in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (12/24).
- Caught a 19-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady in the Divisional Round win vs. Houston (1/14).
- Set a Super Bowl record for receptions with 14 that helped erase a 25-point deficit in the comeback victory over Atlanta in Super Bowl LI (2/5). Totaled 110 yards receiving to go along with 29 yards rushing on six attempts and was involved in several key scoring plays throughout the comeback. Caught a 5-yard touchdown pass that kick started the comeback in the third quarter, converted a critical two-point conversion on a direct snap out of the backfield that cut the deficit to one possession with less than six minutes to play in the fourth quarter, and rushed for another touchdown with just 57 seconds left in regulation that put the team in position to tie the game with another two-point conversion. Then scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime on a 2-yard run that capped off the comeback and captured the Super Bowl LI victory. His 20 points are also a single-game Super Bowl record.
2015 (14/1, 2/1)
- Played in 14 regular - season contests with one start and posted 22 rushing attempts for 56 yards and two touchdowns. Also registered 40 receptions for 410 yards (10.3 avg.) and four touchdowns.
- Appeared in both playoff contests with one start and registered six rushing attempts for 16 yards and seven receptions for 84 yards (12.0 avg.).
- Was inactive at Buffalo (9/20) and vs. Washington (11/8).
- Made his first NFL start, rushing twice for four yards and catching three passes for 26 yards in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (10/25).
- Scored his first NFL touchdowns on a 20 - yard pass in the second quarter and a 6 - yard rush in the third quarter in the win vs. Buffalo (11/23). Totaled two rushes for 14 yards and two receptions for 32 yards in the game.
- Set a career high with 10 receptions for 115 yards and a 4 - yard touchdown vs. Philadelphia (12/6). White’s 115 receiving yards were the fourth most in Patriots history by a running back in a game.
- Led the team in receptions with seven catches for 71 yards, including a 30 - yard touchdown in the win vs. Tennessee (12/20).
- Rushed twice for four yards and caught five passes for 28 yards, including a 9 - yard touchdown with 1:55 left in the fourth quarter, forcing the game into overtime at N.Y. Jets (12/27).
- Led the team with 63 receiving yards on two catches and also rushed three times for five yards at Miami (1/3).
- Made his first postseason start in the AFC Championship at Denver (1/24), where he rushed five times for 11 yards and caught five passes for 45 yards
2014 (3/0, 0/0)
- Played in three regular-season games and tallied 38 yards rushing on nine carries (4.2 avg.) and five receptions for 23 yards.
- Was inactive for 13 regular-season games and all three playoff contests.
- Made his NFL debut at Kansas City (9/29), carrying three times for 21 yards and posting three receptions for 15 yards.
- Rushed six times for 17 yards and fell on a Tom Brady fumble in the win vs. Chicago (10/26).
- Caught two passes for eight yards vs. Buffalo (12/28).
- Played in 52 games with 12 starts and finished career ranked No. 4 all-time at Wisconsin with 4,015 rushing yards and third all-time at UW in rushing touchdowns (45), which is tied for the eighth-most in Big Ten history. Also ranks third all-time at UW in total touchdowns (48), the ninth-most by a Big Ten player.
- Finished career ranked No. 4 all-time at UW with 5,450 all-purpose yards and set UW record for career average per rushing attempt at 6.24 yards per carry, the fifth-best mark in Big Ten history.
- With 1,052 rushing yards as a freshman and 1,444 as a senior, became eighth player in school history with multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
- In 2013, combined with RB Melvin Gordon (1,609) to set FBS single-season record for rushing yards by teammates at 3,053 yards.
- Finished with 18 career 100-yard rushing games, tied for the sixth-most in school history.
- Recorded the longest run in school history with 93-yard touchdown on UW's first play from scrimmage vs. Indiana (11/16/13).
- Set school record for receiving yards by a running back with 670 for his career.
James White and Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard have been close friends for a long time. Gio lost his mother at a young age, and his father lost his business and eventually the family home when he was in high school. Their only option for shelter was a car. That’s when White’s parents intervened and the two running backs lived together for their senior year of high school. "I consider [White] my brother. There was never a time that I didn’t consider him that," Bernard told The Providence Journal. "His family did so much for me."The Whites had a spare bedroom because their eldest son, Tyrone Jr., was away at college. "He was pretty much like my brother. We treated him like family and still do," White said.
- Rushed 319 times for 2,568 yards and 38 touchdowns and totaled 65 receptions for 473 yards and eight touchdowns in his St. Thomas Aquina (Fla.) High School career.
- As a senior, named first-team all-county, compiling 136 rushes for 1,145 yards and 15 touchdowns and caught 24 passes for 253 yards and five touchdowns.
- Named all-county second-team as a junior after rushing for 18 touchdowns and 960 yards on 127 carries and catching 17 passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns.
- Named honorable mention all-county as a sophomore, rushing for 463 yards and five touchdowns on 56 carries.
- Also lettered in baseball.
- Relative, Santana Moss, played in the NFL for the Washington Redskins.
- Relative, Craig White, played football at the University of Minnesota.
- Studied agricultural and life sciences with a focus in communication at Wisconsin.
- Married wife, Diana, in the 2018 offseason.
SUPER BOWL RECORD SETTER
- James White set a Super Bowl record with 14 receptions for 110 yards in Super Bowl LI. The previous high was 13 receptions by WR Demaryius Thomas of Denver in Super Bowl XLVII.
- White also set a Super Bowl record by scoring 20 points with two rushing touchdowns, one touchdown reception and one two-point conversion in Super Bowl LI.