Webster signed a two-year contract with the Rams on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Webster spent his first four seasons in Denver, but he was stuck behind Aqib Talib and Bradley Roby over the past two years, resulting in just 19 total tackles. With Los Angeles, he'll likely compete for a starting spot against E.J. Gaines heading into the new season.
Webster (concussion) has been placed on IR, Cameron Wolfe of The Denver Post reports. Webster suffered a concussion in Week 16, which immediately made him a longshot to play in Week 17. The team determined he wouldn't be able to give it a go and decided to shut him down to open up a roster spot. Webster had eight tackles and a pass defensed in 15 games played this season.
Webster won't return to Sunday's game at Kansas City due to a concussion, Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post reports. Recipient of a blindside hit on a kickoff return in the second quarter, Webster remained on the turf for some time with a backboard waiting to place him on the cart. While he was able to gather his wits and ride in the passenger seat of the cart, the special-teams ace has now entered the concussion protocol, potentially hindering his odds of making another appearance this season.
Webster (hamstring) will play in Sunday's game against the Saints, Troy Renck of Denver's ABC 7 reports. Webster is set to return to game action after missing last week's loss to the Raiders due to the minor hamstring injury. The cornerback was able to return to practice as early as Wednesday this week, so he likely won't be limited during the Broncos' Week 10 tilt.
Webster (hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday. Webster didn't travel with the team to take on the Chargers last week. His return to the practice field suggests he could be back in time for this Sunday's game against the Saints, though.