Kayvon Webster expected to visit Texans, Bills and Lions

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Cornerback Kayvon Webster was released by the Rams in April and didn’t draw any immediate interest in the open market as he was still rehabbing the torn Achilles he suffered last December.

His market appears be heating up. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Webster has lined up visits with the Texans, Bills and Lions next week.

Webster started all 11 games he played for the Rams last season, but the injury and the arrivals of Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters changed the landscape at corner in L.A. He had 38 tackles and an interception in last year’s appearances and had 183 tackles and an interception in four seasons with the Broncos.

Texans cornerback Kevin Johnson went to the hospital with a concussion on Saturday, which might increase the desire to add a player to the secondary in Houston this week.

4 responses to “Kayvon Webster expected to visit Texans, Bills and Lions

  1. I love our coaches and will trust the process but— O Line? Dying there…and nothing coming out about it.

  2. BuffaloBragging says:
    August 19, 2018 at 10:30 am
    I love our coaches and will trust the process but— O Line? Dying there…and nothing coming out about it.
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    I don’t think it’s so much the O-line as it is Ducasse. Vladimir Ducasse is an amazing run blocker… He gets up and under the pads and really does a nice job pulling, but he is abysmal in pass protection and I mean abysmal. The only reason he still resides on the starting line is because of his run blocking abilities, That’s it. He is the only true weak link in that line because everyone else has held their own. Until Teller steps up his run game I think the group of Dawkins/Ducasse/Groy/Miller/Mills is going to be the week 1 starting offensive line.

  3. I was kind of hoping my Arizona Cardinals would bring dude n and sign him to the vet minimum as Webster has H/L/S and potential.
    I can see why Arizona didn’t need to take a look though as AZ’s DB room is loaded with DB’s with a good core of starting CBs and one of the best & deepest Safety units in the NFL. At CB elite All-Pro CB Patrick Peterson is one of the games best who will only get better n better in this new scheme as QB’s will not automtically know who’s he is covering or where he will be so they can just avoid him as they have in years past w/ Pat P playing much more off the ball, #2 CB Jamar Taylor looks very good as the #2 across Peterson playing tight coverage, play both outside CV & in the slot as a SCB 6″1-200pd CB Bene Benwikere is straight up BALLLIN out with 4 PD”s, 1 INTERCEPTION & 1 FF. Bene looks very good. Young rookie very tall very king 6″2-195pd CB Christian Campbell (33in arm) looks very good in this defense and given Wilks hand picked him & with WIlks backround as a DB Coach whom has developed some of the games top DBs ( Norman is ione) it wouldn’t surprise me in the least to see Chris Campbell become a very good #2CB. Campbell right now is a very good rookie who excels playing tight coverage as well as zone and will only improve the more he keeps playing. As a rookie Campbell will only continue growing and with his skill sets with a little polish and practice he will become an excellent #2CB, staying across from Pat P for years to come.
    At Safety Arizona has one of the best top-5 safety cores in the NFL as a unit. First their is excellent former Pro-Bowl FS 6″2-210pd Antoine Bethea who is back to playing at an extremely high. Bethea is very good/solid run but is borderline elite versus the pass as he pass in coverage earning an overall grade of 8.67 with 5INT’s & 10PD’s last season. And lastly #4converted SS/CB 6″1-205pdRudy Ford with his elite 4.31 speed is developing into a very good very hard hitting run stopping SS.

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