RENTON, Wash. — The Seattle Seahawks have acquired former USC running back LenDale White, a defensive tackle and two draft picks from the Tennessee Titans in exchange for one of their fourth-round draft choices and one in the sixth round.
Saturday morning's deal gives the Seahawks' Tennessee's pick seven spots later in the fourth round, at 111 overall.
Seattle also moves down nine spots in the sixth round, from 176 to 185.
The Seahawks also receive 6-foot-5, 305-pound defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson.
White set the USC record with 52 rushing touchdowns while playing for new Seahawks coach Pete Carroll through the 2005 season.