Former West Virginia standout Kevin White is headed to the injured reserve list after sustaining a broken collarbone Sunday, according to an ESPN report.
The injury could be season-ending and extends a string of injuries for the receiver since he was drafted by Chicago Bears with the No. 7 overall pick in 2015.
White’s rookie season was nixed by a stress fracture in his shin, and he appeared in only four games during 2016 because of a fractured fibula. He has yet to catch an NFL touchdown and has just 21 career catches for 193 yards.
White made two catches for 6 yards Sunday before being hurt in the fourth quarter of Chicago’s 23-17 loss to the Falcons.
Relegation to IR means White must miss at least six games.
The 25-year-old White is signed through 2018 as part of $16.5 million contract that includes a team option for 2019.
His younger brothers Ka’Raun and Kyzir are senior starters on the current Mountaineers team.