The Arizona Cardinals are already addressing solutions to replace the injured Robert Alford, as they’re bringing in a cornerback for a visit.
The Cardinals are bringing in B.W. Webb for a tryout, according to a list obtained by Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer.
Webb has spent seven years in the NFL, appearing in games over six seasons with six different teams. He has played for the Cowboys, Steelers, Titans, Saints, Giants and Bengals. Amazingly, despite the bouncing around, he’s played in double-digit games five of those six seasons, as he played only nine games in 2015.
Webb’s most productive season was in 2018, when he played all 16 games and was a starter in 13 for the Giants. He made 59 tackles with an interception, six passes defensed, a forced fumble and a sack.
The 30-year-old went to college at William & Mary and was a fourth-round pick by the Cowboys in 2013.
The Cardinals are in need of help in the secondary after Alford went down with a pectoral injury that could hold him out for as much as the entire 2020 season. Chris Jones and Kevin Peterson are among the players already on the roster who will get reps at corner opposite Patrick Peterson.