Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb "fully trusts his knee again" after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in 2012. Webb also excited to meet and practice against veteran wide receiver, Steve Smith.

Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb "fully trusts his knee again" after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in 2012. He slowly became confident in his ability to backpedal, and break on the football as the season went on. While Webb had a good year statistically, finishing the season with 74 tackles, 22 pass deflections and two interceptions, he was still down personally on his own play, saying:

I was trying to get my legs back under me and get my knees right and get back to the flow and speed of the game. I did okay, not as good as I wanted to.

Towards the end of the season, Webb could be seen paying with more confidence and returning to his shutdown player caliber. This was Webb's second ACL injury after tearing the same ligament in his right knee as a rookie. He is in the third year of his 6 year, $50million contract extension. Webb is set to count as $10.5million against the cap this season.