Webb officially announced his retirement Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Webb was originally let go by the Ravens in March of 2018 and was unable to find a new team. In nine seasons with Baltimore, he appeared in 127 games and notched 15 interceptions and one touchdown.
Webb was released by the Ravens on Monday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
The Ravens save only $1.75 million in cap space by cutting Webb, so this transaction was likely more of a football decision than a financial one. Baltimore still has a solid group of cornerbacks without him, considering the team will have Marlon Humphrey, Jimmy Smith and Brandon Carr all back under contract for 2018.
Webb (concussion) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Titans.
Webb practiced fully Thursday and Friday and is apparently clear of the concussion. The 32-year-old should play his usual depth role in the secondary, but may be the Ravens' primary punt returner with Michael Campanaro (shoulder) inactive Sunday.
Webb (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game agaist the Titans.
Webb practiced without restrictions Thursday and Friday, so seems to be on track to play. However, with Michael Campanaro (shoulder) already ruled out, Webb's potential absence would force the Ravens to dig deep at punt returner.
Webb (knee) logged a full practice Thursday.
Webb was limited Wednesday, but it looks like the team was just being cautious. Assuming he avoids a setback, the 32-year-old looks on track to take on his typical role as a primary backup in the secondary in Week 9.
Webb (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Webb injured his knee in practice Thursday, but the issue isn't thought to be overly severe. Expect Webb to see his typical role as a primary backup in the Ravens' secondary.
Webb (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Webb was added to the injury report Thursday after suffering an undisclosed knee injury in practice. However, the fact he made it back for a limited session Friday suggests the issue isn't all that severe. As someone who's logged at least 40 defensive snaps in four of six games this season, Webb's potential absence Sunday could thrust rookie Chuck Clark into an expanded role.
Webb recorded three tackles, one sack and a forced fumble Sunday against the Bears.
Webb played just 24 snaps Sunday, so his low tackle count is justified. Stats such as sacks, pass breakups and interceptions have served as a crutch to his otherwise low fantasy performances. However, until he can start consistently playing more than 45 snaps, his IDP value likely will remain stagnant.
Webb, who was dealing with a thigh injury, is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Webb was limited in practice Wednesday but finished the week with a pair of full practices. The 31-year-old will likely continue in his role as a rotational safety Sunday.
Webb had three tackles and notched his first sack of the season in Sunday's 26-9 loss to the Steelers.
The veteran played 48 of a possible 76 snaps Sunday as Baltimore mostly leaned on Jimmy Smith, Brandon Carr, Eric Weddle and Tony Jefferson in its base defense. Still, Webb managed to make three tackles from his spot in the secondary and also brought down Ben Roethlisberger for his first sack of 2017. Webb generally doesn't play a sufficient percentage of Baltimore's defensive snaps to make much of an impact in the tackling category, however.
Webb recorded four tackles, two passes defensed and one interception in Sunday's win over the Browns.
Webb now has an interception in each of the first two games this season, which is great to see considering he only played in two games last year due to injury. The Ravens boast a ton of talent in their secondary, which should benefit Webb throughout the season.
Webb has signed a three-year deal with the Ravens, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
As expected, Webb and the Ravens worked out an agreement for him to return to the team after being released in March to free up cap room, which the Ravens used to help sign safety Tony Jefferson and cornerback Brandon Carr. While the specifics of the deal haven't been announced yet, it's assumed that Webb will be signing at a discount considering his market value was seemingly lower than he had anticipated. Though he has 82 career starts under his belt, Webb will likely have to play a depth role for the team or accept a job as the nickelback considering that the Ravens improved their secondary this offseason.
Webb is working on a deal to stay with the Ravens, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.
Webb was released in March to free up cap room that was largely used on safety Tony Jefferson and cornerback Brandon Carr. With the market for his services apparently less than what he expected, Webb likely will re-sign at a discount with the only team he's ever played for. The 2009 third-round selection started all 16 games at safety last season, but he's primarily played cornerback throughout his career. Given that Baltimore improved its secondary this offseason, Webb likely will have to settle for a depth role or a job as the nickelback, despite having 82 career starts to his name.
Webb was released by the Ravens on Friday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
The releasing of one of Baltimore's longest tenured players likely comes as a result of the team's singing of safety Tony Jefferson, and Webb's absence will give the Ravens some cap relief. While the veteran cornerback-turned-safety hasn't been heavily involved in run-stopping up front, he does possess solid coverage skills and should have no problem finding a new home on the open market this offseason.
Webb picked up three tackles and snared his first interception of the season in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
The cornerback-turned-safety made an excellent play on a Ryan Tannehill pass intended for DeVante Parker in the end zone to keep the Dolphins off the scoreboard in the second quarter of Sunday's tilt. His tackling production took a dip, however, as he recorded three tackles after racking up 16 total tackles in his previous two games. In any case, Webb generally doesn't have the type of run-stopping role from his spot to make him a must-start in most IDP leagues.
Webb (hamstring) is listed as active for Sunday's tilt against the Steelers.
Webb was able to recover from his hamstring injury during the Ravens' Week 8 bye, so he's slated to be back in the starting lineup at free safety in Week 9's divisional matchup.
Webb (hamstring) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Webb went down in the Ravens' last game prior to the team's Week 8 bye, but appears to have taken advantage of the additional time to rest. Now practicing in full, he appears likely to assume his typical starting role at free safety against the Steelers this Sunday.
Webb will miss the rest of Sunday's game with a hamstring injury, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Webb's injury will be further examined to assess its severity, but the Ravens have a Week 8 bye, meaning the defensive back will have some extra time to recover. Look for Marqueston Huff to see starting snaps at free safety in Webb's absence.
Webb (concussion) did not appear on the Ravens' injury report on Wednesday.
Webb was forced from Baltimore's Week 4 tilt against the Raiders with a concussion, but he swiftly passed through concussion protocol. Barring a setback in practice this week, he should be ready to play in Sunday's matchup with the Redskins.
Webb entered the NFL's concussion protocol in the second half of Sunday's game.
Webb took a blow to the head late in Sunday's loss, and it's unclear at this time if he suffered a concussion. If he did, his status for Week 5 likely is in jeopardy.