James White set multiple records and scored the touchdown in overtime that completed New England’s historic comeback over the Atlanta Falcons at the Super Bowl in February.

The third-year running back has watched the tape of the game that delivered a fifth Lombardi Trophy to New England “too many times” in an offseason in which his only change was an increase in traveling.

“Just trying to put that in the past now,” White said Wednesday during a break from offseason training activities. “It’s a new season. Nobody cares about that now, so just got to get focused on this year.”

That said, it’s nonetheless worthwhile to take a look back.It was a regular season, postseason and offseason to relish for White, who has steadily improved since being drafted in the fourth round (130th overall) by the Patriots in 2014.

White appeared in three games and played 3 percent of the offensive snaps as a rookie. He totaled 14 touches before being inactive for the entire run to victory in the 2015 Super Bowl.

White upped his workload to 14 games and 25.9 percent of the snaps in his second year. Doing his best work on third down, he caught 40 passes and scored six touchdowns before adding seven catches in two playoff games.

It was all about being patient and prepared during his NFL apprenticeship.

“I just try to stay locked in at all times,” White said. “Whether I’m going to play one snap or I’m going to play 100 snaps, I just want to stay locked in at all times. That’s a big part of our team.

“You never know who’s going to be the guy to have the big game or who’s going to get the most plays. So you’ve got to stay ready so you don’t have to get ready. So that’s pretty much what my process was, to be ready for when my number’s called.”

White had his No. 28 called more than ever last season.

He appeared in all 16 regular-season games last season and played 38 percent of the snaps, making 60 receptions, including five for touchdowns, and averaging 4.3 yards a carry. Those are across-the-board, career-high numbers.

“I’ve been blessed to have an opportunity,” White said. “I’ve just tried to make the most of it, and I just want to try to continue to get better, continue working hard and continue to stay humble.”

After playing a limited role in playoff wins over Houston and Pittsburgh, White was at his best in the Super Bowl. Tom Brady was the game’s MVP but said the award could have gone to White, who played 71 snaps – easily surpassing his career high of 51 – and caught 14 of 16 targets for 110 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed six times for 29 yards and two TDs, and scored a pair of 2-pointers.

White, 25, set records for receptions and points in a Super Bowl, and became the second running back with 100-plus receiving yards in a Super Bowl.

RAVENS: Cornerback Tavon Young tore his ACL and is likely lost for the season.

Young hurt his knee during practice when he tried to get to his feet after making an interception.

JETS-BROWNS: Linebacker Demario Davis was traded by Cleveland to the Jets for safety Calvin Pryor.

 The Jets also signed former Steelers safety Shamarko Thomas and waived linebacker Jevaris Jones.

BEARS: If Victor Cruz returns to the production level he had as a member of the Giants from 2011 to 2013, he can earn as much as $4 million with the Bears this season.

Released by New York in February, Cruz signed a one-year contract with the Bears and the deal includes a signing bonus of $500,000 with a base salary of $1 million. He can earn an additional $500,000 in per-game roster bonuses for every week he is on the 46-man gameday roster ($31,250 per game). Incentives included in the deal give the 30-year-old Cruz an opportunity to earn an additional $2 million, according to an NFL source with knowledge of the contract.

49ERS: San Francisco signed cornerback Will Davis to a one-year deal and waived receiver Rashad Ross to make room on the roster.

Davis originally was drafted by Miami in the third round in 2013. He played 17 games for the Dolphins before being traded to Baltimore in September 2015. He played five games with the Ravens the past two seasons before being waived in November.

EAGLES: Philadelphia and first-round pick Derek Barnett agreed on a four-year contract.

Barnett was the 14th overall pick after the defensive end broke Hall of Famer Reggie White’s school record with 32 sacks in three seasons at Tennessee.