B.W. Webb visits Bills, scheduled to meet Browns and Bears

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Cornerback B.W. Webb is looking for a team for the 2017 season and it seems he may have a desire to play for a team that has a nickname that starts with the same letter as his first name.

The Bills announced that Webb visited with them on Monday to kick off a busy week. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Webb is scheduled to meet with the Browns on Tuesday before moving on to a meeting with the Bears on Wednesday.

Moving on from New Orleans would continue a journeyman streak that has seen Webb play for four teams over his first four NFL seasons. Webb played 14 games and made eight starts for the Saints last season, finishing the year with 28 tackles and an interception, and was previously with the Titans, Steelers and Cowboys.

Webb was largely a special teams player before injuries thrust him into a larger role in New Orleans last year and would probably resume that role in an ideal situation for his next team.