Webb and Darqueze Dennard will be the Bengals' starting corners for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Webb and Dennard assume starting roles on the heels of William Jackson III (shoulder) and Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) listed as inactive for Sunday. Webb will be tasked with slowing down a plethera of young receivers for Jacksonville, specifically D.J. Chark on the outside for Week 7. In five games this season, Webb has amassed just eight tackles (six solo) and two passes defended.
Webb (forearm) will play in Monday's game versus the Steelers, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Webb missed Week 3's game versus the Bills, but he's shaken off the injury and will gear up for Monday's divisional matchup. He has two tackles through two games this season and could end up playing a depth role, so he doesn't carry any IDP value.
Webb (forearm) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Webb is nursing a forearm injury which caused him to sit out Week 3. He'll have two more opportunities to upgrade to a full practice ahead of Monday's tilt against the Steelers.
Webb (forearm) is ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Bills, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.
The Bengals used Webb heavily through the first two weeks until his injury. Expect Tony McRae to see an increased workload against Bills QB Josh Allen, who has registered 7.6 YPA, two touchdowns and two interceptions this year.
Webb did not practice Wednesday due to a forearm issue.
Webb picked up the injury during a Week 2 loss to the 49ers. He'll likely need to practice Thursday or Friday in order to suit up Sunday in Buffalo. If Webb is forced to miss any time, expect Tony McRae to serve as the No. 3 cornerback in Cincinnati.
Webb (arm) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the 49ers, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Webb contributed one solo tackle before leaving the field. In his absence, expect Tony McRae to serve as the team's clear No. 3 cornerback for the remainder of this outing.
Webb will sign with the Bengals on Thursday, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports.
Webb rejoins new Bengals' defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo, whom he played under for all 16 games with the Giants last season. Across a career-high 1,004 defensive snaps in 2018, he logged 59 tackles, one sack, one interception and one forced fumble.
Webb recorded seven tackles (six solo), two passes defended and one interception during Sunday's 38-35 win over the Buccaneers.
Webb logged his first reception of the season Sunday, during a game in which New York's defense picked off Buccaneers' quarterbacks a total of four times. The veteran cornerback also notched his highest single-game tackle total of the season. Webb will look to record another strong outing against the Eagles in Week 12.
Webb is expected to start at outside cornerback across from Janoris Jenkins following Eli Apple's trade to the Saints, Art Stapleton of NorthJersey.com reports.
Webb had been manning the slot before Apple's departure, but the former will now start outside with Grant Haley appearing in the slot.
Webb will start at cornerback in place of the injured Eli Apple (groin) during Sunday's tilt against the Texans, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports.
Webb is slated to start across from Janoris Jenkins, but the duo will remain busy while attempting to cover Texans receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller, who had a breakout game in Week 2 after returning from a hamstring injury. Expect Donte Deayon and Antonio Hamilton to provide Jenkins and Webb with depth in the secondary.
Webb signed a one-year deal with the Giants on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The 27-year-old spent the latter part of last year in Cleveland but didn't play in a single contest. As of right now, Webb will function as a depth corner, assuming he remains on the roster throughout the offseason and into the regular season.
Webb was released by the Browns on Thursday.
Webb didn't appear in a single game in 2017 despite a career best 11 passes defensed and 28 tackles with New Orleans in 2016. He'll look to catch on as a depth secondary player with another club for the 2018 season.
Webb was waived by the Browns on Thursday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Webb joined the Browns prior to Week 16 but did not play in Sunday's loss to the Bears. The 27-year-old has yet to make his 2017 debut, and that seems unlikely to change with the final slate of regular season games only a few days away.
The Browns signed Webb to a contract Tuesday.
A fifth-year veteran, Webb has yet to make his 2017 debut after being waived by the Bears during training camp. Webb will provide some experience to a defensive backfield that lost starting strong safety Derrick Kindred (wrist) for the season, but he may not be called upon for significant snaps over the Browns' final two contests.
Webb agreed to terms on a deal with the Bears on Wednesday, his agent Sunny Shah reports.
Webb has played for four teams in as many seasons and the Bears will now mark his fifth. The journeyman played in 14 games for the Saints last season, including eight starts, and finished the 2016 season with 28 tackles and one interception. He likely isn't guaranteed a roster spot considering Chicago currently has 12 other cornerbacks under contract.
Webb (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Giants.
Webb won't suit up for the game due to a coach's decision as he falls deep on the Saints' cornerback depth chart.
Webb led the Titans with eight tackles (seven solo) Sunday against the Jets.
Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick consistently picked on Webb over Tennessee's other corners, so the high number of tackles was a result of consistently getting beaten by receivers rather than some positive revelation from Webb. Don't be surprised if Webb quickly fades back into obscurity.
Steelers running back Dri Archer has been deemed inactive for Week 14 against the Bengals. Archer practiced all week and is considered a healthy scratch.
Other inactives for the Steelers are LB James Harrison, QB Landry Jones, WR Justin Brown, CB B.W. Webb, DE Clifton Geathers, and T Marcus Gilbert.
The following players have been ruled inactive for the Steelers in Week 13 against the Saints: NT Steve McClendon , CB Cortez Allen, QB Landry Jones, WR Justin Brown, T Marcus Gilbert, CB B.W. Webb and LB Ryan Shazier.
The Steelers have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday night's Week 9 matchup with the Ravens: cornerbacks Ike Taylor (forearm) and B.W. Webb, safety Ross Ventrone (hamstring), quarterback Landry Jones, nose tackle Dan McCullers, guard Christopher Hubbard and wide receiver Justin Brown.
Both Taylor and Ventrone had been ruled out on the team's final injury report of the week, so their absence is not a surprise. All nine players listed as probable to play are active for Sunday's game.
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