CSN New England's Tom E. Curran said James White could be the "odd man out" in the Patriots' third-down running back battle.
Patriots RB James White played just two snaps in the third preseason game.
James White led the Patriots with 23 rushing yards in Saturday's preseason win against the Saints.
ESPN Boston considers James White the leading candidate for third-down snaps.
Patriots second-year RB James White recorded a game-high 52 yards on four catches while also rushing eight times for 12 yards in Thursday's preseason loss to the Packers.
According to the Boston Herald, Patriots second-year RB James White has "struggled ever since the pads came on" at training camp.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick talked up second-year RB James White following Monday's training camp practice.
Sophomore RB James White is working with the first team as the third-down back in Patriots camp.
The Boston Herald says James White "looks like a carbon copy of Shane Vereen."
The Boston Herald's Karen Guregian believes James White is in the "driver's seat" in the battle to be the Patriots' third-down back.
NESN's Doug Kyed believes second-year RB James White is the favorite to replace Shane Vereen as the passing-down back.
ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss mentioned James White as a candidate to replace Shane Vereen as the team's passing-down back.
Patriots rookie RB James White is inactive for the Super Bowl.
ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss thinks James White could be the team's pass-catching back in 2015.