To remind us that free agency isn’t technically done, and to potential add another reinforcement to their secondary the Buffalo Bills had cornerback B.W. Webb at their headquarters today on a visit, per Chris Brown of the team’s website.
The 5’10”, 184-pound defender out of William and Mary was selected by the Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2013 draft.
He was invited to the combine that year and ran a 4.51 in the 40-yard dash. His three-cone time was 6.82 and his short-shuttle time was 3.84. He had a 40.5” vertical and an 11’ broad jump.
Clearly, Webb is a spectacular athlete.
He appeared in 15 games with Dallas as a rookie, and recorded 16 tackles and one pass breakup.
In 2014, he played for the Steelers in 11 games and had just two tackles.
For the Titans in 2015, Webb had 22 tackles, two pass breakups and one interception in nine games.
Last year, as a member of the Saints, he was on the field in 14 outings — making seven starts — and had 11 pass breakups to go along with one pick and 27 tackles.
Webb turned 27 on January 7.