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Lardarius Webb
CB/RS #21
Height:
5-10
Weight:
182
Age:
28
College:
Nicholls State
Hometown:
Opelika, AL
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2014):

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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 255 220 35 2.0 0 63 10 140 -- 73 1 2 5
2014 BAL 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 BAL 16 16 74 63 11 0.0 -- 22 2 19 9.5 19 0 0 --
2012 BAL 6 6 25 24 1 0.0 -- 6 1 8 8 8 0 1 1
2011 BAL 16 15 67 54 13 1.0 0 20 5 81 16.2 73 1 1 2
2010 BAL 15 0 54 47 7 0.0 -- 9 2 32 16 32 0 0 2
2009 BAL 14 4 35 32 3 1.0 0 6 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
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1 CIN L 16-23 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 PIT W 26-6 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

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TRANSACTIONS

Lardarius Webb re-signed with the Ravens (six-year contract) on 4/6/12...Was originally selected by the Ravens in the third round (88th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

HONORS

• USA Today’s All-Joe Team (players who are critical to their team, but don’t receive the Pro Bowl nod) in 2011 and 2013

CAREER

• Has 263 tackles (223 solo), 2 sacks (-9.5 yards), 10 INTs (1 returned for a TD), 65 PD, 2 FFs and 1 FR
• Recorded a team- and career-high 22 PD, which ranked as the second-most in the NFL in 2013
• Tallied a career-high 6 PD vs. Cin. (11/10/13)
• Led the Ravens with a then-career-high 20 PD and 5 INTs (tied for third in the AFC and eighth in the NFL) in 2011
• Scored his first-career PR-TD on a career-long 68-yarder at Cle. (12/4/11)
• Scored his first-career INT-TD on a 73-yard INT return vs. NYJ (10/2/11)
• Recorded his first-career INT (which he returned for 32 yards) vs. Mia. (11/7/10)
• Recorded 35 KORs for 918 yards (26.2 avg.), including a 95-yard TD, in 2009

2013: (16/16) Recorded career highs in tackles (74), solo tackles (led the Ravens with 63), PD (led Ravens with 22) and tallied 2 INTs...His 22 PD ranked as the NFL’s second most
• Netted 5 solo tackles and led the team with 4 PD in the 29-26 win in game 13 vs. Min. (12/8)
• Led the team with 5 solo tackles and 1 PD for a defense that allowed just 3 points and held the Jets to 8% (1-of-12) on third down in the 19-3 win in game 11 vs. NYJ (11/24)
• Started and recorded 5 tackles, an INT and a career high 6 PD (the most in an NFL game in 2013) in the 20-17 overtime win in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/10)
• Netted 7 solo tackles for a defense that did not allow a TD for the second-consecutive contest and held the Texans to 25% (3-of-12) on third down in the 30-9 victory in game 3 vs. Hou. (9/22)
• Finished second on the team with a season-high 9 tackles, including a team-leading 8 solo, for a defense that didn’t allow a TD and held the Browns to 27% (4-of- 15) on third down in the 14-6 victory in game 2 vs. Cle. (9/15)
• Started, seeing his first game action since a knee injury ended his 2012 season after Week 6 (vs. Dal. - 10/14/12), and produced 1 solo tackle and 1 PD in game 1 at Den. (9/5)

2012: (6/6, 0/0) Posted 25 tackles (24 solo), 6 PD, 1 FF, 1 FR and 1 INT before being placed on Injured Reserve (knee) on 10/16
• Started and played before injuring his knee in the second quarter in the 31-29 victory in game 6 vs. Dal. (10/14)
• Played in his 50th-career game and recorded 3 solo tackles, 1 PD and 1 INT (returned for 8 yards) for a defense that forced 4 turnovers in the victory over the Chiefs in game 5 at KC (10/7)
• Netted 7 tackles (6 solo) and 1 FF (recovered by the Ravens) for a defense that forced 4 turnovers in game 2 at Phi. (9/16)

2011: (16/15, 2/2) Recorded a then-career-high 68 tackles and led the team (tied for third in the AFC and eighth in the NFL) with a career-high 5 INTs for the NFL’s third-ranked defense (288.9 ypg)...Baltimore was also fourth against the pass (196.3 ypg) and the league’s top red zone defense...Led the team with a then-career-high 20 PD, adding 1 sack and 1 FF... Had a team-high 30 punt returns for 301 yards, including a 68-yard TD
• Returned 2 punts for 72 yards, including a career-long 68- yarder (first-career PR-TD), in the 24-10 victory in game 12 at Cle. (12/4)...Also posted 2 solo tackles
• Produced 4 tackles (3 solo), a half-sack, 1 INT and 2 PD for a defense that recorded a franchise-record-tying 9 sacks in the 16-6 victory in game 11 vs. SF (11/24)...His end zone INT prevented a 49ers’ TD as the first half expired
• Netted 2 tackles, a then-career-high-tying 3 PD and an INT, returned 73 yards for his first-career TD (part of a NFL record-tying 3 defensive TDs) in game 4 vs. NYJ (10/2)
• Started for the first time since 2009 and led the team with a career-high 11 tackles and also posted a half-sack and 2 PD for a defense that forced a franchise-record 7 turnovers (4 FRs and 3 INTs) in the 35-7 victory in the season opener vs. Pit. (9/11)...Also had 1 KOR for 37 yards against the Steelers
• Posted 10 tackles, 5 PD and led the team with an NFL playoff-high 3 INTs for a team that forced 7 turnovers in two playoff games...With his 3 INTs in the playoffs, Webb tied Duane Starks (2000) for most picks by a Raven in a single postseason
• Netted 6 tackles, 1 PD and 1 INT for a defense that picked off QB Tom Brady twice, not allowing him to throw a TD and holding him to a 57.5 QB rating in the AFC Championship at NE (1/22/12)
• Tied a postseason franchise record with 2 INTs, as well as a career-high 4 PD and 4 solo tackles, for a team that forced 4 turnovers in the Divisional Playoff vs. Hou. (1/15/12)

2010: (15/0, 2/0) Established a then-career-high with 60 tackles (56 solo), 11 PD and 2 INTs (returned for 32 yards)... Also handled 21 punts for 199 yards (9.5 avg.)
• Posted a then-career-high 9 tackles (all solo) and 2 PD (one of which led to an Ed Reed INT and a FG 7 plays later) for a defense that forced 5 turnovers in game 16 vs. Cin. (1/2/11)
• Tied for the team lead with 7 tackles for a defense that held the Saints to 27 yards rushing (sixth-fewest allowed in franchise history) in the 30-24 victory in game 14 vs. NO (12/19)
• Posted 5 solo tackles, 1 PD and his first-career INT (returned for 32 yards) for a defense that forced 3 turnovers in the 26-10 win in game 8 vs. Mia. (11/7)

2009: (14/4, 0/0) Started four games at CB before being placed on Injured Reserve (knee) on 12/22...Posted 36 tackles (25 solo), 6 PD and 1 sack from scrimmage and added 11 special teams stops...Also led the Ravens with 35 KORs for 918 yards (26.2 avg.), including a 95-yard TD return
• Started and recorded 4 tackles from scrimmage before leaving the game with a knee injury (and subsequently being placed on IR) in game 14 vs. Chi. (12/20)
• Started his first-career game and responded with then career highs in tackles (9) and PD (3) in the 20-17 overtime win in game 11 vs. Pit. (11/29)...Also had 4 KORs for 85 yards (21.3 avg.), with a long of 30, against the Steelers
• Collected 2 solo tackles and his first-career sack (-4 yards) for a defense that held the Browns to 160 total yards in the 16-0 shutout in game 9 at Cle. (11/16)...Also had 1 KOR for 31 yards and a special teams stop
• Returned the opening second-half KO 95 yards for his first-career TD (finished with 2 KORs for 112 yards) and had a special teams tackle in game 7 vs. Den. (11/1)...It was the team’s first KOR-TD since 2007...Also posted his first-career tackle from scrimmage (finished with 4 stops) for a defense that held the Broncos to 200 total yards and 3-of-13 on third down

COLLEGE: Two-time Division I-AA All-American choice by the Associated Press, Sports Network, the Walter Camp Foundation (as a junior) and AFCA (as a senior) and was a two-time College Sporting News Fabulous Fifty selection...Was also an All-Southland Conference honoree at DB and returner as a senior...Named the Nicholls State 2008-09 Outstanding Male Student-Athlete of the Year... Transferred to Nicholls State from Southern Mississippi after his sophomore season...Played in 46 total games (26 at Southern Miss and 20 at Nicholls State), starting 23 (20 at Nicholls State and three at Southern Miss)...Recorded 179 tackles (144 solo), 24 PD, 8 TFL, 7 INTs, 3 sacks, 2 FRs and 1 FF, while also amassing 1,060 yards and 3 TDs on KORs, and added 425 punt return yards in his collegiate career...Earned Div. I-AA All-American honors from the Associated Press, Sports Network and AFCA at Nicholls State as a senior in 2008...Started all nine games, tying a career high with 55 tackles, (career-high 50 solo), 7 PD, 3 sacks (-25 yards), 2 INTs, 2 FRs and 1 FF...Led the team in all-purpose yards (661), returning 16 KOs for 472 yards and 1 TD and 10 punts for 152 yards and 1 TD...Named a Division I-AA All-American by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Foundation and Sports Network, while earning College Sporting News Fabulous Fifty honors and was named the SLC and LSWA Newcomer of the Year in his first year at Nicholls State as a junior in 2007...Also tabbed as a first-team All-Southland Conference performer as a safety and second-team All-SLC as a returner...Started all 11 games, netting 51 tackles (36 solo), 8 PD and a career-high 5 INTs, returning 3 for TDs... Combined with teammate Kareem Moore to return 4 INTs for scores against Northwestern State to tie the NCAA record for most in a game and set the NCAA mark for most in a half...Returned a school record 96-yard punt for a TD against Texas State, which was 2 yards shy of the NCAA record... Was second in the SLC, averaging 17.1 yards per punt return and 26.7 yards per return on KOs...Burst onto the scene with a school-record-tying 3 INTs, including 1 returned for a score, in the win over Division I-FCS Rice...Saw action in 14 games, starting three, establishing a career high with 55 tackles (44 solo) and a career-high 8 PD as a sophomore at Southern Miss in 2006...Played in 12 games as a freshman, netting 18 tackles and 1 PD.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Played both QB and DB at Beauregard (Opelika, AL) HS...Earned first-team All-State honors as a junior and senior...Also named team MVP and was selected to play in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star game...Rushed for 738 yards with 15 rushing TDs and passed for 412 yards with 4 TDs as a senior...Netted 52 tackles, 3 FRs and led the state of Alabama with 10 INTs as a senior... Rushed for 1,011 yards with 12 TDs and passed for 731 yards and 6 TDs as a junior...Also produced 47 tackles, 2 FRs and 7 INTs on defense...Also lettered in basketball, where he was an All-State selection as a senior...Webb’s cousin, Mitch Richmond, was a 15-year NBA veteran, who scored over 20,000 career points.

COMMUNITY: Founded the Lardarius Webb Foundation, which focuses on providing aid to underprivileged children and their families in Webb’s hometown of Opelika, AL, and the Baltimore community...Held free football camps for youth in Opelika, AL, and in Thibodaux, LA, at his alma mater Nicholls State’s campus...In June 2013, hosted an additional youth football camp at McDaniel College, MD...Hosted his fifth annual Lardarius Webb Charity Softball Game at M&T Bank Stadium (June 2014) and his fourth annual Charity Bowling Classic in Timonium, MD (Oct. 2013)...Provided over 600 local families with Thanksgiving dinner baskets at the Aberdeen and Webster Kendrick Boys and Girls Clubs (2012-13)...In 2013, Webb was named an ambassador for United Way of Central Maryland to help change the odds for low-income families facing poverty...In addition, became a representative for United Way’s TEAM NFL, a group of players from around the league who help reduce the high school dropout rate by recruiting volunteer readers, tutors and mentors...In Nov. 2013, helped serve lunch to families in need at St. Paul’s Place, a Baltimore-area soup kitchen... Joined in hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of a youth development park in the Park Heights community of Baltimore (2013)…Represented the Ravens as the celebrity lighter for the Baltimore Monument Lighting in downtown Baltimore (2012)...Continues to support teammates’ community efforts by attending Corey Graham’s Red Cross Blood Drive, Torrey Smith’s inaugural Celebrity Waiter Night, James Ihedigbo’s Celebrity Cruise and Casino Night and Vonta Leach’s “Shoot for A Cure” event, benefiting breast cancer awareness, OJ Brigance’s Fiesta 5K Race and Ray Rice Day in Towson, MD...Supports Ravens’ community efforts by attending the Ravens Goodwill Gridiron Halloween party to benefit Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake (Oct. 2013) and the Ravens ACT Auction Party.

Download 2011 Bio Update

TRANSACTIONS

Lardarius Webb re-signed with the Ravens (six-year contract) on 4/6/12...Was originally selected by the Ravens in the third round (88th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

HONORS

• USA Today’s All-Joe Team (players who are critical to their team, but don’t receive the Pro Bowl nod) in 2011 and 2013

CAREER

• Has 263 tackles (223 solo), 2 sacks (-9.5 yards), 10 INTs (1 returned for a TD), 65 PD, 2 FFs and 1 FR
• Recorded a team- and career-high 22 PD, which ranked as the second-most in the NFL in 2013
• Tallied a career-high 6 PD vs. Cin. (11/10/13)
• Led the Ravens with a then-career-high 20 PD and 5 INTs (tied for third in the AFC and eighth in the NFL) in 2011
• Scored his first-career PR-TD on a career-long 68-yarder at Cle. (12/4/11)
• Scored his first-career INT-TD on a 73-yard INT return vs. NYJ (10/2/11)
• Recorded his first-career INT (which he returned for 32 yards) vs. Mia. (11/7/10)
• Recorded 35 KORs for 918 yards (26.2 avg.), including a 95-yard TD, in 2009

2013: (16/16) Recorded career highs in tackles (74), solo tackles (led the Ravens with 63), PD (led Ravens with 22) and tallied 2 INTs...His 22 PD ranked as the NFL’s second most
• Netted 5 solo tackles and led the team with 4 PD in the 29-26 win in game 13 vs. Min. (12/8)
• Led the team with 5 solo tackles and 1 PD for a defense that allowed just 3 points and held the Jets to 8% (1-of-12) on third down in the 19-3 win in game 11 vs. NYJ (11/24)
• Started and recorded 5 tackles, an INT and a career high 6 PD (the most in an NFL game in 2013) in the 20-17 overtime win in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/10)
• Netted 7 solo tackles for a defense that did not allow a TD for the second-consecutive contest and held the Texans to 25% (3-of-12) on third down in the 30-9 victory in game 3 vs. Hou. (9/22)
• Finished second on the team with a season-high 9 tackles, including a team-leading 8 solo, for a defense that didn’t allow a TD and held the Browns to 27% (4-of- 15) on third down in the 14-6 victory in game 2 vs. Cle. (9/15)
• Started, seeing his first game action since a knee injury ended his 2012 season after Week 6 (vs. Dal. - 10/14/12), and produced 1 solo tackle and 1 PD in game 1 at Den. (9/5)

2012: (6/6, 0/0) Posted 25 tackles (24 solo), 6 PD, 1 FF, 1 FR and 1 INT before being placed on Injured Reserve (knee) on 10/16
• Started and played before injuring his knee in the second quarter in the 31-29 victory in game 6 vs. Dal. (10/14)
• Played in his 50th-career game and recorded 3 solo tackles, 1 PD and 1 INT (returned for 8 yards) for a defense that forced 4 turnovers in the victory over the Chiefs in game 5 at KC (10/7)
• Netted 7 tackles (6 solo) and 1 FF (recovered by the Ravens) for a defense that forced 4 turnovers in game 2 at Phi. (9/16)

2011: (16/15, 2/2) Recorded a then-career-high 68 tackles and led the team (tied for third in the AFC and eighth in the NFL) with a career-high 5 INTs for the NFL’s third-ranked defense (288.9 ypg)...Baltimore was also fourth against the pass (196.3 ypg) and the league’s top red zone defense...Led the team with a then-career-high 20 PD, adding 1 sack and 1 FF... Had a team-high 30 punt returns for 301 yards, including a 68-yard TD
• Returned 2 punts for 72 yards, including a career-long 68- yarder (first-career PR-TD), in the 24-10 victory in game 12 at Cle. (12/4)...Also posted 2 solo tackles
• Produced 4 tackles (3 solo), a half-sack, 1 INT and 2 PD for a defense that recorded a franchise-record-tying 9 sacks in the 16-6 victory in game 11 vs. SF (11/24)...His end zone INT prevented a 49ers’ TD as the first half expired
• Netted 2 tackles, a then-career-high-tying 3 PD and an INT, returned 73 yards for his first-career TD (part of a NFL record-tying 3 defensive TDs) in game 4 vs. NYJ (10/2)
• Started for the first time since 2009 and led the team with a career-high 11 tackles and also posted a half-sack and 2 PD for a defense that forced a franchise-record 7 turnovers (4 FRs and 3 INTs) in the 35-7 victory in the season opener vs. Pit. (9/11)...Also had 1 KOR for 37 yards against the Steelers
• Posted 10 tackles, 5 PD and led the team with an NFL playoff-high 3 INTs for a team that forced 7 turnovers in two playoff games...With his 3 INTs in the playoffs, Webb tied Duane Starks (2000) for most picks by a Raven in a single postseason
• Netted 6 tackles, 1 PD and 1 INT for a defense that picked off QB Tom Brady twice, not allowing him to throw a TD and holding him to a 57.5 QB rating in the AFC Championship at NE (1/22/12)
• Tied a postseason franchise record with 2 INTs, as well as a career-high 4 PD and 4 solo tackles, for a team that forced 4 turnovers in the Divisional Playoff vs. Hou. (1/15/12)

2010: (15/0, 2/0) Established a then-career-high with 60 tackles (56 solo), 11 PD and 2 INTs (returned for 32 yards)... Also handled 21 punts for 199 yards (9.5 avg.)
• Posted a then-career-high 9 tackles (all solo) and 2 PD (one of which led to an Ed Reed INT and a FG 7 plays later) for a defense that forced 5 turnovers in game 16 vs. Cin. (1/2/11)
• Tied for the team lead with 7 tackles for a defense that held the Saints to 27 yards rushing (sixth-fewest allowed in franchise history) in the 30-24 victory in game 14 vs. NO (12/19)
• Posted 5 solo tackles, 1 PD and his first-career INT (returned for 32 yards) for a defense that forced 3 turnovers in the 26-10 win in game 8 vs. Mia. (11/7)

2009: (14/4, 0/0) Started four games at CB before being placed on Injured Reserve (knee) on 12/22...Posted 36 tackles (25 solo), 6 PD and 1 sack from scrimmage and added 11 special teams stops...Also led the Ravens with 35 KORs for 918 yards (26.2 avg.), including a 95-yard TD return
• Started and recorded 4 tackles from scrimmage before leaving the game with a knee injury (and subsequently being placed on IR) in game 14 vs. Chi. (12/20)
• Started his first-career game and responded with then career highs in tackles (9) and PD (3) in the 20-17 overtime win in game 11 vs. Pit. (11/29)...Also had 4 KORs for 85 yards (21.3 avg.), with a long of 30, against the Steelers
• Collected 2 solo tackles and his first-career sack (-4 yards) for a defense that held the Browns to 160 total yards in the 16-0 shutout in game 9 at Cle. (11/16)...Also had 1 KOR for 31 yards and a special teams stop
• Returned the opening second-half KO 95 yards for his first-career TD (finished with 2 KORs for 112 yards) and had a special teams tackle in game 7 vs. Den. (11/1)...It was the team’s first KOR-TD since 2007...Also posted his first-career tackle from scrimmage (finished with 4 stops) for a defense that held the Broncos to 200 total yards and 3-of-13 on third down

COLLEGE: Two-time Division I-AA All-American choice by the Associated Press, Sports Network, the Walter Camp Foundation (as a junior) and AFCA (as a senior) and was a two-time College Sporting News Fabulous Fifty selection...Was also an All-Southland Conference honoree at DB and returner as a senior...Named the Nicholls State 2008-09 Outstanding Male Student-Athlete of the Year... Transferred to Nicholls State from Southern Mississippi after his sophomore season...Played in 46 total games (26 at Southern Miss and 20 at Nicholls State), starting 23 (20 at Nicholls State and three at Southern Miss)...Recorded 179 tackles (144 solo), 24 PD, 8 TFL, 7 INTs, 3 sacks, 2 FRs and 1 FF, while also amassing 1,060 yards and 3 TDs on KORs, and added 425 punt return yards in his collegiate career...Earned Div. I-AA All-American honors from the Associated Press, Sports Network and AFCA at Nicholls State as a senior in 2008...Started all nine games, tying a career high with 55 tackles, (career-high 50 solo), 7 PD, 3 sacks (-25 yards), 2 INTs, 2 FRs and 1 FF...Led the team in all-purpose yards (661), returning 16 KOs for 472 yards and 1 TD and 10 punts for 152 yards and 1 TD...Named a Division I-AA All-American by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Foundation and Sports Network, while earning College Sporting News Fabulous Fifty honors and was named the SLC and LSWA Newcomer of the Year in his first year at Nicholls State as a junior in 2007...Also tabbed as a first-team All-Southland Conference performer as a safety and second-team All-SLC as a returner...Started all 11 games, netting 51 tackles (36 solo), 8 PD and a career-high 5 INTs, returning 3 for TDs... Combined with teammate Kareem Moore to return 4 INTs for scores against Northwestern State to tie the NCAA record for most in a game and set the NCAA mark for most in a half...Returned a school record 96-yard punt for a TD against Texas State, which was 2 yards shy of the NCAA record... Was second in the SLC, averaging 17.1 yards per punt return and 26.7 yards per return on KOs...Burst onto the scene with a school-record-tying 3 INTs, including 1 returned for a score, in the win over Division I-FCS Rice...Saw action in 14 games, starting three, establishing a career high with 55 tackles (44 solo) and a career-high 8 PD as a sophomore at Southern Miss in 2006...Played in 12 games as a freshman, netting 18 tackles and 1 PD.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Played both QB and DB at Beauregard (Opelika, AL) HS...Earned first-team All-State honors as a junior and senior...Also named team MVP and was selected to play in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star game...Rushed for 738 yards with 15 rushing TDs and passed for 412 yards with 4 TDs as a senior...Netted 52 tackles, 3 FRs and led the state of Alabama with 10 INTs as a senior... Rushed for 1,011 yards with 12 TDs and passed for 731 yards and 6 TDs as a junior...Also produced 47 tackles, 2 FRs and 7 INTs on defense...Also lettered in basketball, where he was an All-State selection as a senior...Webb’s cousin, Mitch Richmond, was a 15-year NBA veteran, who scored over 20,000 career points.

COMMUNITY: Founded the Lardarius Webb Foundation, which focuses on providing aid to underprivileged children and their families in Webb’s hometown of Opelika, AL, and the Baltimore community...Held free football camps for youth in Opelika, AL, and in Thibodaux, LA, at his alma mater Nicholls State’s campus...In June 2013, hosted an additional youth football camp at McDaniel College, MD...Hosted his fifth annual Lardarius Webb Charity Softball Game at M&T Bank Stadium (June 2014) and his fourth annual Charity Bowling Classic in Timonium, MD (Oct. 2013)...Provided over 600 local families with Thanksgiving dinner baskets at the Aberdeen and Webster Kendrick Boys and Girls Clubs (2012-13)...In 2013, Webb was named an ambassador for United Way of Central Maryland to help change the odds for low-income families facing poverty...In addition, became a representative for United Way’s TEAM NFL, a group of players from around the league who help reduce the high school dropout rate by recruiting volunteer readers, tutors and mentors...In Nov. 2013, helped serve lunch to families in need at St. Paul’s Place, a Baltimore-area soup kitchen... Joined in hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of a youth development park in the Park Heights community of Baltimore (2013)…Represented the Ravens as the celebrity lighter for the Baltimore Monument Lighting in downtown Baltimore (2012)...Continues to support teammates’ community efforts by attending Corey Graham’s Red Cross Blood Drive, Torrey Smith’s inaugural Celebrity Waiter Night, James Ihedigbo’s Celebrity Cruise and Casino Night and Vonta Leach’s “Shoot for A Cure” event, benefiting breast cancer awareness, OJ Brigance’s Fiesta 5K Race and Ray Rice Day in Towson, MD...Supports Ravens’ community efforts by attending the Ravens Goodwill Gridiron Halloween party to benefit Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake (Oct. 2013) and the Ravens ACT Auction Party.

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