Coleman, Hampton attract attention
Jacksonville's Marcus Stroud and Atlanta's Rod Coleman are among the NFL's most disruptive interior defensive linemen.
Obviously, they are glad he stayed put. White recorded 701 regular-season solo tackles and 111 regular-season sacks during a 14-year career that saw him go to the Pro Bowl nine times. He made up for his lack of bulk with explosive quickness and relentlessness and by playing with a mean streak. Finding a way to keep White out of the backfield had to be on the mind of every offensive coordinator who faced Dallas.
Here are five interior defensive linemen who force opposing offenses to account for them on every play, much as White did:
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