The Baltimore Ravens brought one of their long-time defensive backs back at a reduced rate and a reduced role. Lardarius Webb, 31, was re-signed to a three-year deal by the Ravens on Saturday, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. This comes nearly four weeks after Webb was cut by the team. Webb, who has been with Baltimore the past eight seasons, will back up safeties Eric Weddle and Tony Jefferson and add depth at slot cornerback. The Ravens freed up $5.5 million in cap room by parting ways with Webb on March 10, one day after the team signed the top safety in free agency in Jefferson. Ravens officials said there was a possibility that Webb could return.
Ravens re-sign veteran Lardarius Webb to lesser deal
ESPN | Apr 9