Cowboys fourth round pick BW Webb became the third member of the 2013 draft class to sign with the team on Tuesday, reportedly agreeing to a four-year deal worth around $2.5 million. Webb joins sixth rounder DeVonte Holloman and fifth rounder Joseph Randle as the rookies to have been brought into the fold.
“He has quickness,” head coach Jason Garrett said of the William & Mary product, per the Dallas Morning News, “Playmaking ability…and is a guy that we would describe as a football player that can come in and compete.”
Webb, who left rookie mini-camp early to attend his graduation from W&M, figures to bring some versatility to the table for Monte Kiffin’s defense.
"I am playing a little inside,” Webb said. “I am playing a little outside, so wherever they put me, I think the coaches are going to prepare me for it.”
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