Tennessee Titans running back LenDale White has switched agents, moving to Drew Rosenhaus to represent him, according to the agent's Twitter feed.
White had previously been represented by Chris Brantley. HIs rookie deal was negotiated by Eugene Parker.
White is the second Titans player in the past few months to make the switch, as Bo Scaife moved into the Rosenhaus camp over the summer after he and the Titans were unable to work out a long-term deal to remove the franchise tag.
Last week, Rosenhaus made a visit to Baptist Sports Park and White and teammate Chris Johnson were seen in the parking lot talking to Rosenhaus along with defensive end Jevon Kearse, who is also a Rosenhaus client.
White, a second-round pick in 2006, would be an unrestricted free agent this off-season unless there is no collective bargaining agreement reached. That would bring about an uncapped year in 2010, and White, like Scaife and Stephen Tulloch, another Rosenhaus client, would only be a restricted free agent.
After Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday that roster changes or even trades were possible, the Tennessee Titans stood pat Tuesday as the NFL trade deadline passed.
The Titans have closed practices this bye week, as Fisher said the team would be getting back to fundamentals and that lineup changes might be possible.
However, no roster moves, which Fisher indicated was a possibility were made on Tuesday, the normal day that players are brought in for visits or signed during a regular game-day week.
Last week, the Titans signed cornerback Rod Hood, who was active but did not play on defense in Sunday’s 59-0 debacle in New England. Hood was signed on Thursday.