Post-Draft Outlook:COULD SURPRISE: Lardarius Webb, a cornerback drafted in the third round, was compared by some analysts to Bob Sanders. He plays bigger than his size (5-10) and is versatile. He can make an impact as a cornerback, safety or returner. Webb has intriguing upside. A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 3/88 -- Lardarius Webb, CB, 5-10, 180, Nicholls State...This is a risky pick because Webb lacks size and has a character issue. He was dismissed from Southern Mississippi after violating team rules. The Ravens missed on a small-school cornerback in the third round in 2006 (David Pittman), but they feel Webb is more physical and tenacious than Pittman. Webb will have time to develop behind starters Fabian Washington and Domonique Foxworth. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/05/17 - DB Lardarius Webb (thigh) was back at practice Thursday after missing the previous day. Webb moved back to cornerback from safety because of injuries in the secondary. He is tied for the team lead with two interceptions.
04/11/17 - FS Lardarius Webb returned to the Ravens on a three-year deal Tuesday after the team originally terminated his contract March 10. The deal is worth a maximum of $10.5 million, per the Baltimore Sun. Webb, 31, has spent his entire eight-year career with the Ravens, totaling 436 tackles, 13 interceptions and 89 passes defensed in 111 games. Last season, Webb totaled 73 tackles, one interception, five passes defensed and a sack while starting all 16 games in his first season after moving from cornerback to safety.
04/08/17 - DB Lardarius Webb is returning to the Baltimore Ravens after agreeing to terms on a three-year deal, multiple outlets reported. The Ravens released the eight-year veteran last month and created $5.5 million of salary-cap space after acquiring free-agent safety Tony Jefferson.
Webb shifted to safety full time last season after spending his previous campaigns as a cornerback.
10/24/16 - S Lardarius Webb left the game against the Jets with a hamstring injury. He finished with a pair of tackles. Webb said after the game that he expects to play against Pittsburgh on Nov. 6. "It's frustrating because I know we're better than what we're putting out there on the field," he said about the team's recent struggles.
09/02/16 - S Lardarius Webb returned to practice earlier in the week, but missed the final preseason game against the Saints. Webb had been dealing with a back issue. He is making the full-time transition from cornerback this season. He is expected to start opposite of newly signed Eric Weddle.