Jason LaCanfora reported Tuesday that former Miami Dolphins quarterback Pat White is scheduled to visit the Redskins on Wednesday, and is “very likely” to sign.
White has been out of the NFL since the Dolphins released him in the preseason of 2010, though he has been working on his comeback by studying under quarterback trainer George Whitfield recently. The 49ers had White in for a workout on March 28, and the Giants had planned to host White later this week, although White has since cancelled the meeting according to LaCanfora.
Should White sign with the Redskins, it’s difficult to imagine him coming in as anything but a camp body and would be buried on the depth chart behind Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins and Rex Grossman, who has not yet re-signed, but is expected to return.
White was a second-round pick in the 2009 draft with the Dolphins and has attempted five passes in his career along with 21 rushing attempts for 81 yards.
UPDATE 9:42 p.m. EST:
Ex-Dolphins QB Pat White agrees to deal with Redskins usat.ly/10u2RA1 via @usatoday— Jim Corbett (@ByJimCorbett) April 3, 2013