|Ht / Wt:||6'5" / 229 lb.|
|Born:||January 22, 1995|
|Drafted:||2017 / Rd. 3 (87)|
Webb reverted to the Bills' practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Analysis: Webb was elevated to the active roster for Monday's win over the Patriots, but he was a healthy scratch. The 2017 third-round pick has yet to make his NFL debut.
Webb was promoted to Buffalo's active roster from the practice squad Monday.
Analysis: The 25-year-old is a gameday elevation for quarterback depth but remains a healthy scratch for Monday's contest. Webb will revert back to the Bills' practice squad later this week.
Webb was waived by the Bills on Saturday, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.
Analysis: It seems likely Webb will wind up on the Bills' practice squad in the near future, although it's a frustrating conclusion to an offseason in which the 2017 third-round pick hoped to compete for the backup job. Matt Barkley and Jake Fromm both made it onto the 53-man roster, so even were starter Josh Allen to go down with an injury, don't expect Webb to make a significant jump up the depth chart.
Webb signed a reserve/future deal with the Giants on Monday.
Analysis: Webb was the Giants' third-round pick in 2017, but he only spent one season with the team and never touched the field as a backup to Eli Manning. The 24-year-old will compete for the backup job in Buffalo in 2020. Whether Matt Barkley -- the current backup to Josh Allen -- is still around remains to be seen, as Barkley will be an unrestricted free agent in March.
Davis was signed to the practice squad Monday, the Bills' official site reports.
Analysis: Davis was a third-round pick out of Cal by the Giants in 2017, but he's never seen an NFL snap. It says a lot about the team's lack of conviction in undrafted free agent Tyree Jackson -- who was with the team all summer -- that it would recruit Davis for the practice squad instead. Linebacker Nate Hall and wide receiver Tyron Johnson were also added to the Bills' practice squad.
Webb may have finished OTAs ahead of Trevor Siemian on the Jets' depth chart at quarterback, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Webb worked as the second quarterback for the final set of OTAs after a strong spring performance and could earn the backup job with continued strong play in training camp. The 2017 third-round pick has yet to make his NFL debut and spent most of the 2018 season on the practice squad, so if he earned the No. 2 job the team could end up holding onto all three quarterbacks. Siemian is unlikely to be cut due to his significant starting experience and since $1 million of his salary is guaranteed.
Webb signed his exclusive-rights tender with the Jets on Thursday.
Analysis: Webb spent much of the 2018 season on the Jets's practice squad. He currently appears in line to be the team's third option at quarterback in 2019 behind Sam Darnold and Trevor Siemian, but a quality camp could promote him to the top backup position.
Webb, an exclusive-rights free agent, has been tendered by the Jets, Randy Lange of the team's official site reports.
Analysis: With Josh McCown set to become an unrestricted free agent, it appears Webb will enter the offseason as the tentative backup to Sam Darnold. It's possible that could change depending on what the Jets do in the draft and free agency.
Webb has been elevated to the 53-man roster,Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Analysis: With Sam Darnold (foot) doubtful to suit up Sunday, the Jets seem prepared to go with a depth chart that features Josh McCown as the starter and Webb as the No. 2 QB against the Bills.
Webb signed with the Jets' practice squad Tuesday.
Analysis: It was a surprise when the Giants cut Webb after they picked him in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He was an solid collegiate talent, completing 62 percent of his passes for 4,295 yards, 37 touchdowns and 12 interceptions his senior season at California. The Jets may look to develop Webb into Sam Darnold's future backup.
Webb was waived by the Giants on Sunday, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Webb was a third-round draft pick just one year ago, but he wasn't taken by the current regime in New York. The Giants will open the season with Alex Tanney and fourth-round rookie Kyle Lauletta behind Eli Manning.
Webb appears to have beaten out Kyle Lauletta for the No. 2 quarterback job, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Webb was held out of Thursday's preseason finale against New England, allowing Lauletta to make the start and get all the playing time in the first half. The rookie fourth-round pick failed to make one last push for the No. 2 job, completing just eight of 19 passes for 118 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions.
Webb played the entire first half Friday night against the Lions, and completed 14-of-20 attempts for 140 yards and a touchdown.
Analysis: It was a strong showing in his battle to supplant rookie Kyle Lauletta, though Lauletta, a product of the current management regime, might still be the favorite for the role.
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