Roddy White hasn’t gone into hiding. The Atlanta Falcons wide receiver made his presence known every day this week by strolling through the locker room shirtless wearing a stoic expression on his face. His limp is noticeable -- a product of the hamstring injury he suffered in the last game coupled with the high-ankle sprain he endured during the preseason. But White couldn't comment on his status since players sidelined during practice are not available to the media. One has to wonder if White’s iron-man streak of 133 consecutive games is about to come to an end Sunday when the 1-4 Falcons host the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-5). It doesn’t look promising for White although Friday’s practice should reveal exactly where he stands physically. Assistant head coach Terry Robiskie who works with White and the wide receivers was asked about the possibility of White’s streak ending.
Is White's 'unbelievable' streak about to end?
ESPN | Oct 18