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J'Marcus Webb | Tackle

Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Age / DOB:  (25) / 8/8/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'7' / 333
College: West Texas A&M
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Chiefs agreed to terms with OT J'Marcus Webb on a one-year contract.
Webb was a seldom-used backup for the Vikings last season, making just one start. His last significant playing time came with Chicago in 2012, where he gave up seven sacks and 30 hurries while trying to protect Jay Cutler's blind side. Webb profiles as a swing option in Kansas City behind starting tackles Eric Fisher and Donald Stephenson. May 19 - 9:42 AM

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Free agent OT J'Marcus Webb worked out for the Panthers.

Webb visited the Vikings earlier this week, and made a trip to Kansas City in March. Webb appeared in eight games for Minnesota last season, playing 108 snaps. He's looking for work as a swing tackle. Carolina is the most tackle needy team in the league.
May 15 - 7:12 PM

Free agent OT J'Marcus Webb visited the Vikings this week.

Webb spent the 2013 season with Minnesota after being claimed off waivers from the Bears at final cuts last summer. He appeared in eight games, making one start, and played 108 offensive snaps. Webb is a swing tackle, at best.
May 14 - 1:32 PM

The Chiefs hosted OT J'Marcus Webb for a free agent visit this week.

The onetime Bears left tackle spent 2013 as a reserve in Minnesota. Still only 25 years old, Webb could push for swing tackle duties with Kansas City.
Mar 16 - 3:19 PM

Vikings claimed OT J'Marcus Webb off waivers from the Bears.

J'Webb Nation lives on. Webb was among the Bears' final cuts after losing his starting right tackle job to rookie Jordan Mills, then getting beat by Jonathan Scott for swing-tackle duties. Webb will supplant Troy Kropog as the swing tackle behind LT Matt Kalil and RT Phil Loadholt in Minnesota.
Sun, Sep 1, 2013 01:25:00 PM

Bears waived OT J'Marcus Webb.

J'Webb Nation is no longer a sovereign state. Among the worst starting players in the league last season, not even a demotion and pay cut could save Webb's roster spot. His release would seem to suggest Eben Britton and Jonathan Scott have locked up roster spots. The 2010 seventh-rounder has three years of starting experience to fall back on, but his tape isn't going to do him any favors in his search for a new home. The Bears are starting fifth-rounder Jordan Mills opposite new LT Jermon Bushrod.
Fri, Aug 30, 2013 10:15:00 AM

The Chicago Tribune believes a "fresh start" would be best for Bears OT J'Marcus Webb.

In other words, Webb needs to get out of Chicago. Beat writer Brad Biggs believes J-Webb Nation's confidence is shot, and it's hard to argue with that. Webb recently agreed to slash his salary from $1.323 million to the four-year veteran's minimum of $630,000. He's battling Jonathan Scott for swing-tackle duties now that rookie Jordan Mills appears to have locked up the right tackle job.
Sat, Aug 24, 2013 03:19:00 PM

Demoted Bears OT J'Marcus Webb has accepted a pay cut reducing his base salary from $1.323 million to $630,000.

Webb can earn the $693,000 difference back via playing-time incentives, but he won't get that opportunity if rookie Jordan Mills keeps the right tackle job. It's also possible Jonathan Scott beats out Webb for swing tackle duties. This is quite the fall for Webb, who's started 44 games the past three seasons at left tackle. There's now a real chance he doesn't make the final 53.
Sun, Aug 18, 2013 06:13:00 PM

ESPN Chicago believes Bears RT J'Marcus Webb's recent demotion could be permanent.

It's uneasy times in J'Webb Nation. Fifth-round rookie Jordan Mills will start Thursday's preseason game against the Chargers, with Webb serving as the second-team left tackle. Webb has failed time and again as a starter, so Mills could easily run with the job.
Tue, Aug 13, 2013 03:52:00 PM

Bears RT J'Marcus Webb has sobered up since his February arrest for marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Webb has "taken the time to get sober and to remain sober," and expects sobriety to "definitely help me on the field and off." Still only 24 years old -- he turns 25 in August -- Webb is entering a contract year. The Bears anticipate Webb's top-end tools translating to strong pass protection at right tackle.
Sun, May 5, 2013 10:06:00 AM

Bears RT J'Marcus Webb says he "welcomes" his move from left tackle to right tackle.

Rodger Saffold could learn something here. "Things happen and you can't control a few things, but it'll be a great move," Webb said. "I can play right tackle ... I can move my hands a little bit, so it should be fun." Webb is wisely avoiding public pouting entering his contract year. It's not outside the realm of possibility Webb will find success on the less taxing side of the offensive line.
Wed, Apr 3, 2013 04:23:00 PM

Bears coach Marc Trestman says J'Marcus Webb will move from left to right tackle with Jermon Bushrod now protecting Jay Cutler's blindside.

The Bears are paying Bushrod $36 million over five years, so he'll obviously be on the left side. Webb has struggled mightily in pass protection and not been an especially terrific run blocker, either. Right tackle is considered an easier NFL position to play, though, because they often get "help" from tight ends.
Wed, Mar 13, 2013 04:54:00 PM

Pulaski County (Illinois) prosecutors won't pursue charges against Bears LT J'Marcus Webb after he was arrested for possession of marijuana on Sunday.

J'Webb Nation can breathe a sigh of relief. The incident shouldn't have any effect on Webb's standing with the Bears going into the final year of his rookie contract, and will be a dead issue going forward.
Wed, Feb 27, 2013 06:29:00 PM

Bears LT J'Marcus Webb was arrested Sunday for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

They're minor charges, but getting arrested is never a good idea for a player who has struggled as much as Webb, especially with a new coaching staff in Chicago. Nevertheless, he's signed for an affordable $1.323 million, so Webb's roster spot should not be in danger. His starting job already was.
Source: CBS Chicago
Wed, Feb 27, 2013 01:58:00 PM

Bears LT J'Marcus Webb triggered an escalator in his rookie deal, raising his 2013 salary from $575,000 to $1.323 million.

Webb has started 44 games over his first three seasons. After being destroyed as Jay Cutler's blindside protector in 2011, Webb bounced back somewhat and finished out the 2012 season on a good note. He enters the final year of his rookie deal and won't be guaranteed a spot under new head coach Marc Trestman.
Wed, Jan 30, 2013 01:38:00 AM

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