WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — You can’t see it for his helmet, of course, but Saints cornerback Corey White is sporting a yellowish Mohawk these days.
Maybe that will help him stand out in a crowd.
White may be going into his third season, but he readily admits he’s seldom recognized by fans. And when his name comes up, it’s usually in connection with replacing a better-known player, just as last season when he started the final six regular-season games plus the two playoff games, acquitting himself well in place of Jabari Greer.
And this time, with Champ Bailey still sidelined, it’s White who’s running neck-and-neck with Patrick Robinson for the starting role.
“I just work,” White, a 2012 fifth-round draft pick out of Samford, said after Monday’s morning practice session. “I don’t look at the numbers or worry about where I should play or if I should play.
“I just go out and do the best I can.