LenDale White was not paying attention, didn’t care about the Titans’ loss to the New York Jets

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LenDale White was a non-factor in the Tennessee Titans’ 34-13 loss to the New York Jets yesterday.

He was the field for just three plays, but that didn’t stop him from becoming the center of attention after the game.

From WBIR:

White told 10 Sports I only played three plays, so I couldn’t really tell you what happened (in the loss to the Jets), I have no idea. I wasn’t paying attention so I didn’t care. I don’t know if I had gotten the ball 30 times if we’d have won the game or not, said White. I would like to be involved more, or if I’m not involved I’d like somebody to tell me what’s going on.

Not playing attention? I don’t care?

Those gems surely won’t sit well with Titans coach Jeff Fisher.

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