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Lardarius Webb | Defensive Back

Team: Baltimore Ravens
Age / DOB:  (29) / 10/12/1985
Ht / Wt:  5'10' / 182
College: Nicholls State
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Ravens LCB Lardarius Webb has resumed practicing at training camp.
Webb failed his conditioning test on the first day of camp, but should be all systems go moving forward. He'll be the Ravens' starting left corner this year, with Jimmy Smith on the right side and Kyle Arrington in the slot. Jul 31 - 1:48 PM

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Ravens LCB Lardarius Webb has failed his conditioning test, and will not practice until he passes.

"It’s always a big deal," coach John Harbaugh said of Webb failing his test. Webb had been a candidate for release before taking a pay cut. Headed into his age-30 season, Webb got off to a slow start in 2014 as he battled a back injury, but finished the year on a higher note. He should pass his test in a few days. He's starting opposite Jimmy Smith this season.
Jul 30 - 1:39 PM

Ravens LCB Lardarius Webb is campaigning to return punts.

Jacoby Jones returned punts for the Ravens in 2014, but he signed with San Diego after being cut in the offseason. Asa Jackson and Michael Campanaro are also candidates to fill Baltimore's vacant punt return job. 29-year-old Webb has returned 53 punts in his career for an average of 9.83 yards.
Jul 10 - 10:19 AM

Ravens LCB Lardarius Webb is completely healthy entering training camp.

Injuries have derailed what was once a promising career for Webb. Since bursting onto the scene in 2011, Webb has dealt with a torn ACL, back injury and groin issues the last three seasons. Finally healthy, the Ravens are relying on Webb and RCB Jimmy Smith to shore up a pass defense that struggled in 2014.
Jun 28 - 3:18 PM

CBS' Jason La Canfora reports Ravens LCB Lardarius Webb's "restructure" is actually a $2.5 million pay cut.

Webb's salary has been slashed from $8.5 million to $6 million. It's a hefty cut, but Webb might have had a hard time getting $6 million for 2015 on the open market at this stage of the game, so it's still not a bad deal for the 29-year-old cornerback.
Mar 17 - 5:44 PM

Ravens LCB Lardarius Webb has agreed to a restructured contract.

It's possible it's a pay cut as opposed to simple restructuring. Going on 30, Webb was due to make $8 million in 2015, and count $12 million against the cap. That's far too much considering his shaky play in 2014. If it's a straight cut, perhaps Webb will be given the opportunity to earn the money back via incentives. If it's an actual restructure, the majority of Webb's salary will be converted into a "signing bonus" that can be pro-rated over the next three seasons.
Mar 17 - 4:50 PM

The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson reports the Ravens and CB Ladarius Webb are still in negotiations.

Set to count $12 million against the cap, the Ravens would like Webb to take a pay cut following an injury-plagued and ineffective season. Baltimore does not have much leverage, however, as cutting Webb would only clear $2 million in cap space. Webb turns 30 in October and is due at least $8 million a season through 2017.
Mar 7 - 8:51 AM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirms the Ravens are trying to get CB Lardarius Webb to take a pay cut.

Per Rapsheet, it's "unclear" what Webb will decide. Webb is due $8 million, and set to count $12 million against the cap. It's too much after Webb was injury prone and ineffective in 2014, though cutting him outright would clear just $2 million in cap space. Webb is signed through 2017, and due at least $8 million each season. He turns 30 in October.
Mar 3 - 2:38 PM

The Ravens are trying to get CB Lardarius Webb to restructure his contract.

Due an excessive $8 million base salary in 2015 while counting $12 million against the cap, Webb is a candidate for a pay cut after an awful, injury-riddled age-29 season. The Ravens will hope Webb's ineffectiveness was due to injuries, as he's not really a release candidate since the Ravens would save just $2 million against the cap. It would be in Baltimore's best interest to find an outside corner to pair with Jimmy Smith and move Webb inside full-time.
Feb 24 - 8:04 PM

The Ravens would create just $2 million in salary cap space by releasing LCB Lardarius Webb.

His release would also create $10 million in dead money. After battling myriad early-season health problems, Webb played well enough late in 2014 that the Ravens may be best off crossing their fingers he finds pre-injury form. When Webb and Jimmy Smith are healthy, they're among the NFL's best cornerback tandems. Webb is still only 29 and won't turn 30 until October.
Feb 8 - 9:09 AM

ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley believes CB Lardarius Webb will be asked to take a pay cut this offseason.

Owed $8 million in salary in 2015, Webb will count $12 million against the Ravens cap under his current contract. Webb improved as he became healthy down the stretch in 2014, but his play the last two seasons does not justify that level of investment. Baltimore could save $2 million against the cap by cutting him outright, but they would have to eat $10 million in dead money.
Source: ESPN
Jan 24 - 12:40 PM

Ravens CB Lardarius Webb is a candidate for offseason release.

Webb is due an $8 million base salary in 2015. He's struggled with injuries and has been a liability in coverage, grading out as a bottom-12 corner by PFF. The Ravens can save $2 million in cap space by cutting Webb after the season. Webb will need to accept a pay cut to avoid getting released.
Source: ESPN.com
Sat, Dec 6, 2014 09:15:00 PM

Ravens secondary coach Steve Spagnuolo admits CB Lardarius Webb might still be fighting his back injury a bit.

Although Webb hasn't been on the injury report since Week 3, the Ravens are looking for reasons why he's struggling so badly. Webb has just six PBUs in seven games after getting 22 last season and is PFF's No. 101 corner out of 106 qualifiers. This Ravens secondary is not one to fear with Jimmy Smith (foot) out for the season.
Source: ESPN.com
Thu, Nov 13, 2014 09:39:00 AM

Ravens declared CB Lardarius Webb inactive for Sunday's Week 4 game against the Panthers.

Webb is not known to be injured, so this looks like a healthy scratch. Coming off a back injury, he managed just four snaps in Week 3 anyway. Look for Jimmy Smith to shadow Kelvin Benjamin. In good news for the Ravens, Chris Canty (knee) is active. The rest of their inactives: WR Michael Campanaro (River Hill), ILB Arthur Brown, G John Urschel, DL Lawrence Guy, DT Timmy Jernigan and OT Eugene Monroe.
Sun, Sep 28, 2014 11:25:00 AM

Ravens declared RCB Lardarius Webb, WR Michael Campanaro, WR Deonte Thompson, OT Jah Reid, OG John Urschel, DL Christo Bilukidi and LB Arthur Brown inactive for Week 2 against the Steelers.

Webb was a game-time decision. His absence leaves Jimmy Smith, Chykie Brown and Asa Jackson as the Ravens' top three corners. It's a nice little boost for Ben Roethlisberger in a game with a modest over/under of 44 points. Webb should return for Week 3 against the Browns.
Thu, Sep 11, 2014 07:09:00 PM

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