White was arrested June 15 in Collin County, Texas and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, Jon Johnson of the Dothan Eagle reports.
White said the arrest stemmed from a "road rage incident" that occurred last October, with a delayed police investigation resulting in the second-degree felony charge being brought forth several months later. The Cowboys and the NFL will presumably wait for the legal process to play out before levying any punishment for White, who is slated to compete for a depth role in the Dallas secondary during training camp.
White (hamstring) has returned to practice, Bryan Broaddus of the team's official site reports.
White did not play in the Cowboys first preseason contest, but his return to practice hints that he could be available for team's second exhibition game Saturday. As it currently stands, White projects to function as a depth corner for Dallas this year if he can stay healthy.
White suffered a hamstring injury Tuesday, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
The severity of White's hamstring injury isn't certain. He's questionable to play in Saturday's preseason game against the Rams.
The Cowboys selected White in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, 216th overall.
Dallas went back to the well in the secondary by nabbing its fourth defensive back of the draft. White has solid length for a corner but doesn't have the twitchy athletic ability most teams look for at corner. Still, Dallas was in desperate need of secondary help in this draft, so White fits the bill late in the sixth round.