Where is Steve Slaton now?

Where is Steve Slaton now?

Toronto Argonauts#20 / Running back
Steve Slaton/Current teams

What happened to Pat White from West Virginia?

In 2018, White joined the staff at Alcorn State as the quarterbacks coach. Before the 2020 season, he signed on with South Florida to serve as their running backs coach, even though he did not play that position in his career. However, his time with USF was brief, as he was let go by the team after the 2020 campaign.

Why didn’t Pat White make it in the NFL?

White never saw the field again in the NFL His injury was so severe he was never able to play NFL football again. Instead of risking further injury to his head, White decided to quit football and pursue a baseball career. He signed with the Kansas City Royals in 2011.

Who does Pat White play for in the NFL?

Edmonton Elks#5 / Quarterback
Pat White/Current teams

Did Pat White go to the NFL?

Patrick Christian White (born February 25, 1986) is an American football coach and former West Virginia University quarterback. He was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the second round (44th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft. White was also a baseball outfielder….Pat White (American football)

Pass attempts: 5
Rushing yards: 81

Is Steve Slayton still in the NFL?

After playing three games with the Miami Dolphins in 2011, Slaton’s NFL career came to an end.

What was Pat White 40 time?

4.55 seconds
Pat White/40 yard dash time

Who hurt Pat White?

During his one season in the NFL, White apparently suffered only one concussion, in a game against the Steelers. A hit from cornerback Ike Taylor knocked White out, and resulted in him being removed from the field immobilized on a stretcher.

When did Steve Slaton play for WVU?

2014Toronto Argonauts
2011Miami Dolphins2008Houston Texans2005West Virginia Mountaineers football
Steve Slaton/Dates joined

Who knocked out Pat White?

Does Pat White still play football?

White began his professional football in 2009, when he was selected No. 44 overall by the Miami Dolphins in that year’s draft. His last season as a football player, 2014, came up north as he suited up for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League. He announced his retirement the following March.