• by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Ravens CB Lardarius Webb passes conditioning test

    Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb is able to participate in practice after passing his conditioning test Friday, the team announced. Webb wasn't able to practice at the start of training camp Wednesday after failing his conditioning test and was placed on the non-football injury list. "The conditioning test measures anaerobic conditioning," coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday. "It measures the ability to recover, to get your heart rate up and recover. Webby is in really good shape in a lot of different ways, I can see it in the way he moves in the weight room, but he's not in the kind of anaerobic shape he needs to be in to come out here and practice."

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Ravens' Lardarius Webb fails conditioning test

    Ravens' cornerback Lardarius Webb wasn't on the field for the start of training camp on Wednesday, because he failed the team's conditioning test, per BaltimoreRavens.com. Webb isn't the first Ravens' veteran to fail the test under coach John Harbaugh. "It's always a big deal," Harbaugh said. "It was a big deal when Jacoby [Jones] didn't pass it. It was a big deal when Haloti [Ngata] didn't pass it. It's always a big deal." Harbaugh said that, while Webb was in good shape, "it's not the kind of anaerobic shape he needs to be in to come out here in practice. ... He's a little behind that way, certainly. And he's going to have to make up the ground."

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Ravens CB Lardarius Webb absent as Ravens begin camp

    Ravens starting cornerback Lardarius Webb is a no-show at the first full-team practice Thursday. He is not injured, an NFL source told the Baltimore Sun. His absence last training camp due to a back issue resulted in a slow start to the regular season in which he missed the first two games.

  • by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com

    CB Lardarius Webb wants to finish career with Ravens

    After restructuring his contract with the Ravens, cornerback Lardarius Webb wants to finish his career with the team, according to the Baltimore Sun. Webb recently agreed to a contract restructure that dropped his cap number from $12 million to $9.25 million. "My goal is to retire a Raven and, while it wasn't an easy decision, I wanted to put the team first," Webb told The Baltimore Sun. "I wanted to prove myself this year that the Ravens sticking with me was the right decision. The Ravens reached out to my agent, Marc Lillibridge, a few weeks before the scouting combine and they were talking and working hard together to get something done. I'm glad it's done." Webb, 29, has spent his entire six-year career with the Ravens, posting 301 total tackles, two sacks, 71 passes defensed, 11 interceptions and two forced fumbles.

  • by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com

    Report: CB Lardarius Webb restructures deal with Ravens

    Cornerback Lardarius Webb has restructured his contract with the Ravens, reports the Baltimore Sun. The same report states that Webb's 2015 salary will be reduced from $8 million to $6 million. He will make $18 million over the next three seasons. Webb has started 27 games in the last two seasons. He has totaled 301 total tackles, two sacks, 71 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and 11 interceptions in six years in the NFL.

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Report: Ravens ask Ladarius Webb to take pay cut

    The Ravens asked CB Ladarius Webb to restructure his contract, reducing his salary cap impact in 2015, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported. Webb is scheduled to make $8 million in 2015, with a $12 million cap hit. If Webb refuses, the Ravens are likely to cut the veteran.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Ravens hopeful to restructure Lardaruis Webb's contract for 2015

    Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has some difficult decisions to make this offseason. Near the top of the chart is restructuring the contract of cornerback Lardarius Webb, according to the Baltimore Sun. Webb is due $8 million in base salary with a $12 million cap number. "We will exhaust every avenue that we have to retain our players," Newsome said. "We like to retain our football players, and we also like to be able to create some cap room." Cutting Webb, who totaled 46 tackles with one interception in 13 games in 2014, would only save the team $2 million in cap room and cost $10 million in dead money, according to the report.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Ravens face tough decision on CB Lardarius Webb

    Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb, 29, could be asked to take a pay cut, reports the Baltimore Sun. He's owed $8 million in 2015 and is scheduled to count $12 million against the cap. "Is he beyond the back issues that essentially forced him to miss all of training camp and three regular-season games, or is it an issue that's going to limit him for the rest of his career?" the paper asked. Webb made 46 tackles and an interception in 13 games last season. Releasing him before June 1 would save the team only $2 million in cap space, the paper noted.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Justin Forsett, Ravens probables good to go in Week 9

    All four Ravens players listed as probable on Friday's injury report are active for Sunday's Week 9 matchup with the Steelers, including running back Justin Forsett (ankle), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (shin), linebacker Terrell Suggs (neck) and cornerback Lardarius Webb (not injury related).

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Ravens unveil injury report for Week 9 clash vs. Steelers

    Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro (thigh) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (foot) were both officially ruled out for Week 9 against the Steelers, the team announced. Owen Daniels (knee), Chris Canty (wrist) and Yanda Marshal (knee) were deemed questionable. Meanwhile, Justin Forsett (ankle), Haloti Ngata (shin), Terrell Suggs (neck) and Lardarius Webb (rest) were each labeled probable for Sunday.