Broncos special teams captain Kayvon Webster could be joining another team this offseason. According to Brandon Krisztal of KOA News Radio (via Twitter), both the Eagles and Dolphins have interest in the defensive back.
The former third-round pick has spent his entire four-year career in Denver. After serving as a backup cornerback during his first two years in the league, Webster has mostly played special teams the past two seasons. In 13 games, the 26-year-old collected eight tackles and one pass defended. His season ended on the injured reserve as he recovered from a concussion. As a rookie, he compiled 41 tackles, nine passes defended, one interception, and one forced fumble.
The Eagles seemingly need to add a cornerback, as they currently have Jalen Mills, Ron Brooks, and Aaron Grymes on the active roster. Meanwhile, the Dolphins depth chart is a bit more crowded. Byron Maxwell and Tony Lippett are slotted in as the starters, while Xavien Howard, Bobby McCain, Jordan Lucas, and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu are current backups.
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