“I would love to have played some preseason, but I’ve been through some injuries,” said Webb. “I’ve been in the same position many times. I hate to say many times. We’ll see.”
Webb, 28, is recovering from a lower back injury that he aggravated on July 29 during practice, though no structural damage was revealed after testing. Webb has had a string of injury concerns in recent years after suffering a torn ACL in 2012 and admitted to playing through knee issues last season.
“I just want to make sure that I’m ready,” Webb said. “They know what they’re doing. [Jimmy Smith], I trust him. I trust the organization. I trust Harbs. They’ll get me back whenever it’s best for me to be back.”
Despite any knee ailments, Webb recorded a career-high’s with 74 tackles and 23 pass deflections, while intercepting 2 passes. He ended the season graded as the No. 19 overall cornerback in the league, according to Pro Football Focus.
Webb has four-years remaining on a six-year, $52.7 million deal.