• Pat White doesn’t visit Giants, after all

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Apr 4, 2013
    In the end, the Pat White era in New York was pretty short. The Giants were interested in free-agent quarterback Pat White, but White preferred the Washington Redskins. Shortly after canceling his scheduled visit with the New York Giants, free-agent quarterback Pat White has planned a meeting with the Washington Redskins, likely his next landing spot, according to CBS Sports. White will have to show much more than he ever did in Miami first. Picked by the Dolphins in the second round of the 2009 draft, White was cut during the 2010 preseason.  The Giants were looking at him as a guy who could play on their scout team, potentially simulating Washington's Robert Griffin III, Philadelphia's Michael Vick and other running quarterbacks the Giants might see throughout the year. “I felt like with Robert’s health where it is right now, to be able to have a guy who can do some of the thing Robert does athletically would be important, especially in this offseason time when you’re trying to stay sharp and develop your base playbook and improve your base playbook.
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      Source: giantsgab.com
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      Source: ESPN.com
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