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Jan 8, 2023 168 1 0 75.8 22
Dec 18, 2022 0 0 0 0

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  • Davis Webb: Shifts back to practice squad

    Webb reverted to the Giants' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Webb stepped in as the Giants' starting quarterback Week 18 with top signal-caller Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor both active but not participating. As a result, the 6-foot-5 Webb went 23-for-40 passing for 168 yards and a touchdown as well as six rushes for 41 yards and a score on the ground. Webb also handled all 63 of the team's offensive snaps while making the second appearance of his career. Expect the 27-year-old to serve as the Giants' next best option at quarterback if either Jones or Taylor sustain an injury during the team's upcoming playoff appearance.
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  • Giants' Davis Webb: Produces two TDs in first start

    Webb completed 23 of 40 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown while adding 41 rushing yards and a TD on six carries in Sunday's 22-16 loss to the Eagles. Making his first career NFL start with the Giants sitting most of their starters in a season finale that had little on the line for them, Webb didn't have much luck stretching the field as only one of his completions went for more than 16 yards, but that one was a 25-yard score to Kenny Golladay in the fourth quarter. With Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor both free agents in the offseason, it's possible Webb could return and have a bigger role for the Giants in 2023, but more likely he'll be looking for a depth role again next season.
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  • Giants' Davis Webb: On tap for Week 18 start

    Webb, who was elevated from the practice squad Saturday, is expected to serve as the Giants' starting quarterback in Sunday's game against the Eagles, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. With the Giants locked in as the No. 6 seed in the NFC playoffs, the Giants won't take any chances with top signal-caller Daniel Jones, who is expected to be inactive for the contest. Though Tyrod Taylor has served as Jones' top backup all season, the Giants plan to keep him in the No. 2 role once again in Week 18, setting up Webb to make the second appearance of his NFL career. Over his three outings in the preseason with New York, Webb completed 60 of 81 pass attempts for 457 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions while carrying five times for 12 yards.
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  • Davis Webb: Returns to practice squad

    Webb reverted to the Giants' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Webb was on hand in case disaster struck at quarterback for the Giants in the big Week 15 game against Washington. Both Daniel Jones and backup Tyrod Taylor made it out of the 20-12 win unscathed, so Webb's services weren't necessary.
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  • Giants' Davis Webb: Bumps up from practice squad

    Webb was elevated from the practice squad Saturday. Webb has not seen the field in 2022. With Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor both healthy, it is unlikely Webb gets any game action and will instead provide insurance in case of injury.
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  • Davis Webb: Returns to practice squad

    Webb reverted to the Giants' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Webb was Daniel Jones' backup with Tyrod Taylor out due to a concussion. Since Jones was able to play through his ankle injury, Webb remained on the sidelines throughout the win over the Packers.
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  • Giants' Davis Webb: Elevated as expected

    The Giants elevated Webb on Saturday from their practice squad to their active roster for Sunday's game against the Packers. Daniel Jones has been cleared to play despite an ankle injury, but Tyrod Taylor (concussion) has been ruled out, so as expected, Webb will get the elevation and serve as the primary backup to the aforementioned Jones. Webb was selected in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, but he's appeared in just one NFL contest and has yet to attempt a pass.
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  • Davis Webb: In line to serve as backup

    Webb will likely be elevated from the Giants' practice squad to serve as the No. 2 quarterback for Sunday's game against the Packers, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Although Daniel Jones will be available for Sunday's matchup in London, Tyrod Taylor (concussion) has been ruled out. As a result, Webb should be called up to serve as the Giants' backup quarterback. The 2017 third-rounder hasn't yet attempted a pass during the regular season in the NFL.
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  • Davis Webb: Could be pressed into action for NY

    Webb could be asked to either start or work as a backup for the Giants in their Week 5 contest against Green Bay in London with the status of both Daniel Jones (ankle) and Tyrod Taylor (concussion) currently unclear, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Though Jones was able to re-enter Sunday's win over Chicago after hurting his ankle in the third quarter, he didn't throw another pass, initially ceding snaps to Saquon Barkley out of the wildcat and subsequently handing off the ball to run out the clock. He likely wouldn't have been in the game at all if not for Taylor's injury, which was later confirmed to be a concussion. Taylor's ability to play in London next weekend is in considerable doubt given his diagnoses, and it's possible that Jones is suffering from a high-ankle sprain, though the injury has yet to be fully diagnosed, per Raanan . As such, there's a definite possibility of Webb being called up from the practice squad and potentially throwing his first NFL pass against the Packers next Sunday.
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  • Davis Webb: Headed to practice squad

    The Giants signed Webb to the practice squad Wednesday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports. Webb will return to New York via the practice squad after being released as part of the team's final roster cuts Tuesday. The 27-year-old signal-caller registered an impressive preseason campaign with the Giants, and it's possible that he could still land on another team's active roster this regular season. For now, Webb should serve as the Giants' emergency backup if quarterbacks Daniel Jones or Tyrod Taylor (back) are unable to suit up on any gamedays this regular season.
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  • Giants' Davis Webb: Impressive in extended action

    Webb completed 30 of 38 pass attempts for 202 yards and one touchdown without an interception in Sunday's preseason win over Cincinnati. He added four carries for 13 yards on the ground. Starter Daniel Jones didn't play in the contest, and backup Tyrod Taylor exited with a back injury near the end of the first quarter. As a result, Webb played the remainder of the game, and he seized the opportunity, connecting with 13 different receivers for 202 yards. His lone touchdown came on an 18-yard hookup with tight end Austin Allen in the fourth quarter. Webb already had a good chance of making the 53-man roster as the Giants' third quarterback, and his strong play over the past two weeks along with Taylor's injury make that scenario even more of a likelihood.
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  • Giants' Davis Webb: Shines Sunday against Bengals

    Webb completed 22 of 27 pass attempts for 204 yards and two touchdowns without committing a turnover in Sunday's 25-22 preseason win over Cincinnati. The New York passing game was very effective in the contest, as Webb, Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor combined to complete 43 of 54 passes for 356 yards. Webb had the most attempts, completions and yards of the trio, and he threw for the team's only two passing touchdowns. The 27-year-old connected with Alex Bachman twice for scores, including a 15-yard connection with 35 seconds remaining in the contest that pulled New York ahead for good. Jones and Taylor are locked into the No. 1 and 2 QB roles, respectively, but there's a good chance that the Giants will carry three signal-callers, allowing Webb to make the 53-man roster.
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  • Davis Webb: Reverts to practice squad

    Webb reverted to the Bills' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Webb was elevated to the active roster for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, and he'll return to the practice squad without seeing the field.
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  • Bills' Davis Webb: Strong showing Friday

    Webb completed 11 of 16 passes for 90 yards and a touchdown and a 103.6 rating in Friday's preseason win over the Lions. He did not throw an interception and ran two times for 26 yards. Look out Josh Allen, Webb is coming for your job! Kidding aside, Webb is in a tight competition for the No. 3 role (if the Bills elect to keep three quarterbacks) with second-year man Jake Fromm, who was less effective than Webb on Friday with a 74.2 rating while throwing no TD passes and taking two sacks.
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  • Bills' Davis Webb: Staying in Buffalo

    Webb signed a reserve/future contract with the Bills on Tuesday. Webb shuffled between active roster and practice squad all season but never took a regular-season snap. It's the second-straight season that Webb has signed a reserve/future contract with the Bills. Veteran Matt Barkley is heading into free agency, potentially leaving Josh Allen and Jake Fromm as the only other quarterbacks on the roster.
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  • Davis Webb: Shifts back to practice squad

    Webb reverted to the Bills' practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Webb was elevated to the active roster for Monday's win over the Patriots, but he was a healthy scratch. The 2017 third-round pick has yet to make his NFL debut.
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  • Davis Webb: Waived by Buffalo

    Webb was waived by the Bills on Saturday, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. It seems likely Webb will wind up on the Bills' practice squad in the near future, although it's a frustrating conclusion to an offseason in which the 2017 third-round pick hoped to compete for the backup job. Matt Barkley and Jake Fromm both made it onto the 53-man roster, so even were starter Josh Allen to go down with an injury, don't expect Webb to make a significant jump up the depth chart.
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  • Bills' Davis Webb: Secures pact with Bills

    Webb signed a reserve/future deal with the Bills on Monday. Webb was the Giants' third-round pick in 2017, but he only spent one season with the team and never touched the field as a backup to Eli Manning. The 24-year-old will compete for the backup job in Buffalo in 2020. Whether Matt Barkley -- the current backup to Josh Allen -- is still around remains to be seen, as Barkley will be an unrestricted free agent in March.
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  • Jets' Davis Webb: Tendered by Jets

    Webb, an exclusive-rights free agent, has been tendered by the Jets, Randy Lange of the team's official site reports. With Josh McCown set to become an unrestricted free agent, it appears Webb will enter the offseason as the tentative backup to Sam Darnold. It's possible that could change depending on what the Jets do in the draft and free agency.
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  • Giants' Davis Webb: Gets competition in draft

    Webb may face competition from rookie fourth-round pick Kyle Lauletta for the No. 2 quarterback role, Paul Schwartz of The New York Post reports. With Eli Manning in the twilight of his career, the Giants presumably will carry three quarterbacks, hoping that either Webb or Lauletta eventually proves to be their signal-caller of the future. A third-round pick last year, Webb completed 18 of 34 passes for 190 yards during the preseason and didn't take any snaps in the regular season. He was drafted by Jerry Reese and Ben McAdoo, whereas Lauletta was picked by the new regime, led by general manger Dave Gettleman and head coach Pat Shurmur.
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