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He recovered 19 fumbles, which he returned for 137 yards and three touchdowns.
His nine consecutive seasons (1985–1993) with at least 10 sacks remain an NFL record.
Over the course of his tenure with the Eagles, White actually accumulated more sacks than the number of games he played.
He was voted by ESPN Sportsnation as the greatest player in Eagles' franchise history. White notched up another 68.5 sacks to become, at the time, the Packers' all-time leader in that category (third now to Clay Matthews III and Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila).
He was rated the number one recruit in Tennessee by the Knoxville News Sentinel.
White played college football at Tennessee from 1980 to 1983.
During his professional career, he was also known for his Christian ministry as an ordained Evangelical minister, leading to his nickname, "the Minister of Defense". He played high school football at Howard High School under Coach Robert Pulliam, a former defensive lineman at Tennessee.
During his senior year with the Hustlin' Tigers, White recorded 140 tackles (88 solo) and 10 sacks, and received All-American honors.
The lowest number of sacks he ever recorded in Philadelphia was 11 in 1989.
During the show, he participated in one backstage segment with the All-Stars, calling out The Million Dollar Corporation member King Kong Bundy.
Before and during the actual match, the All-Stars and the Million Dollar Corporation were involved in a scuffle, in which White participated.
After his college football career, White was chosen by the Memphis Showboats in the 1984 USFL Territorial Draft, and the opportunity to play pro ball in the same state where he went to college was enough enticement to get "The Minister of Defense" to sign with the 'Boats.
When the USFL collapsed in 1985, White took a salary cut in Philadelphia.
(He has since been surpassed by Bruce Smith, who has 200.) Counting his time in the USFL, White has 221.5 sacks in professional football, making him professional football's all-time sacks leader.