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But he couldn’t make it work there, despite being reunited with coach Pete Carroll, whom he starred for at USC. He was released in May after the Seahawks grew concerned over his work ethic.

The 25-year-old White is currently listed at 235 pounds in a release sent out by Denver.

The Broncos have been so thin at running back in camp that fullback Spencer Larsen found himself getting some reps in the morning session Wednesday.

After the night session, McDaniels said he’s not worried about the depth at tailback. That’s why the team simply swapped one running back for another.

“We just felt like we needed to upgrade the position,” McDaniels explained. “We’ll see what we have with LenDale.”

The healthy backs for the Broncos include Bruce Hall, Lance Ball, Toney Baker, Larsen and now White, who is getting a clean start in his home state.

“He’s a very humble person now, I think,” McDaniels said. “He’s gone through some adversity in his life and his career. We’ll see if this isn’t a good place and a good fit for him to try to recoup what he had just a year ago or two years ago.

“We’re just going to work with him, do our job and try to get him ready to play and play good football,” McDaniels added. “We know he’s capable of that. I think he knows that, too. I think he’s looking forward to it and so are we.”