On Wednesday, coach John Harbaugh said Lardarius Webb is healthy enough to regain his status as a starting cornerback for the Ravens. On Thursday, Webb agreed – to an extent.
He agreed that his performance in the team's 17-14 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday was a welcome sight, but Webb also said that defense was doing just fine with starters Fabian Washington and Chris Carr.
"I don't know," Webb said of leapfrogging Washington and Carr. "The guys in front of me are doing so good, just leave it like it is. … I'm just trying to get my health back."
Webb, who broke up a fourth-quarter pass from Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch to wide receiver Mike Wallace in the end zone, said that showing provided an emotional lift.
"It lifted my confidence and let me know that I can trust in my leg more and just keep working hard," he said.
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