The Seattle Seahawks posted a press release to their official team website indicating the release of running back LenDale White.
The link to the post, saved by John Boyle of The Everett Herald, is entitled "Seahawks Waive Running Back LenDale White" and is no longer active on the team's site.
A reader at NorthwestFootball.net, the Seahawks' portal on the Scout.com network, which I happen to edit, captured the following quote from Schneider in the article.
"It became apparent at this time that LenDale was not ready to be a member of the Seattle Seahawks," said General Manager John Schneider. "It just did not appear to be the right fit at this point in our program. We wish LenDale all the best with his future."
Acquired from the Tennessee Titans on the third day of the 2010 NFL Draft, White appeared slimmed down during the team's "Organized Team Activity" sessions and post-draft mini-camp. With running back Julius Jones coming off a pair of disappointing seasons, and Leon Washington, also acquired on the third day of the '10 draft, perhaps beginning training camp on the Physically-Unable-to-Perform list, White appeared to have the inside track to be the team's starting running back in Week One.
Thus far, the team has not commented on the rescinded posting, but it would appear that White's tenure with the Seahawks is going to be a brief one.