With Eric Fisher and Donald Stephenson in house, the Chiefs don’t need to look outside the organization for a replacement for Branden Albert.
They’ll need some depth, though, and they took a look at a player who might provide it. Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that the team had J’Marcus Webb in for a visit recently.
Webb is best known for his three years as a starter with the Bears, a period that’s best summed up by the image of quarterback Jay Cutler sharing a few pieces of his mind during a rough 2012 game against the Packers. There were a lot of rough days for Webb at left tackle in Chicago, leading the team to sign Jermon Bushrod last year and waive Webb before last season.
Webb wound up in Minnesota, where he played in eight games and started once in front of Christian Ponder. The Vikings beat the Redskins 34-27 that day, which meant neither Webb nor Ponder were the targets of any rants.