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Sat, 26 Aug 2006 22:40:21 -0700
Alex Marvez, of the Sun-Sentinel, reports former Miami Dolphins OT Richmond Webb will be inducted into the Dolphins' Honor Roll in 2006, according to two sources. He will be inducted Christmas night at Dolphins Stadium when the team hosts the New York Jets.
Thu, 09 Jun 2005 17:12:06 -0700
MiamiDolphins.com reports the Miami Dolphins have signed OT Richmond Webb. He will be placed on the Reserve/Retired list.
Wed, 05 Nov 2003 18:30:08 -0800
Free agent OLT Richmond Webb visited Wednesday, Nov. 5, with Miami Dolphins team officials, but Webb is overweight and a signing doesn't seem imminent.
Wed, 05 Nov 2003 10:58:25 -0800
Joanne Korth, of the St. Petersburg Times, reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers brought OT Richmond Webb in for a workout on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The team gave no indication that he would be immediately signed.
Mon, 03 Nov 2003 15:41:07 -0800
The Miami Dolphins are expected to work out free agent OLT Richmond Webb on Tuesday, Nov. 4, as the team tries to find a veteran backup left tackle with OT Mark Dixon headed toward injured reserve.
Sat, 01 Mar 2003 22:17:37 -0800
Alex Marvez reports for the Sun Sentinel with free agent OT Wayne Gandy (Steelers) poised to sign with the New Orleans Saints, the Miami Dolphins have to look for other ways to fix their left tackle position. There options appear to be: keep OL Mark Dixon at the spot instead of following through on plans to convert him back to guard; re-sign free agent OT Richmond Webb (Bengals) and allow him to compete for a starting position or use a second-round choice in April's NFL Draft on a tackle and hope he is ready to join the first-team offense immediately.
Sat, 01 Mar 2003 00:32:13 -0800
The Miami Herald reports agent Steve Zucker said the Miami Dolphins remain interested in his client, free agent OT Richmond Webb (Bengals). If all things are equal, Webb would likely sign with Miami, according to Zucker.
Sat, 01 Mar 2003 00:31:27 -0800
The Miami Herald reports agent Steve Zucker said the Denver Broncos are interested in his client, free agent OT Richmond Webb (Bengals).
Sat, 01 Mar 2003 00:31:01 -0800
The Miami Herald reports agent Steve Zucker said the Houston Texans are interested in his client, free agent OT Richmond Webb (Bengals).
Sat, 01 Mar 2003 00:30:27 -0800
The Miami Herald reports agent Steve Zucker said the Green Bay Packers are interested in his client, free agent OT Richmond Webb (Bengals).
Thu, 27 Feb 2003 19:56:52 -0800
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com free agent OT Richmond Webb (Bengals) is already getting play on the free agent market. Agent Steve Zucker said one team has already inquired about him as a starter, and three or so others are interested as a backup. The Bengals are considering asking him back at a backup price, but Zucker said, "all things being equal, he’d go back to Miami, but we’ll see what unfolds."
Fri, 21 Feb 2003 06:17:24 -0800
Updating previous reports, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports the Cincinnati Bengals saved $5 million against the salary cap by terminating the contract of OT Richmond Webb Thursday.
Fri, 21 Feb 2003 05:46:44 -0800
The Sun-Sentinel reports the Miami Dolphins will evaluate pursuing free agent OT Richmond Webb (Bengals), according to Rick Spielman, the team’s senior vice president of football operations and player personnel. Webb would serve as a backup at both tackle positions if signed.
Thu, 20 Feb 2003 13:52:14 -0800
Updating previous reports, Bengals.com reports Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis left open the possibility of re-signing OT Richmond Webb as a backup to starting OT Levi Jones. “Richmond has done some great things in the league and he’s the kind of guy you want to have in your locker room,” Lewis said. “There may be an opportunity to possibly sign him back if that’s something he would like to do and it works out great for us.”
Thu, 20 Feb 2003 09:24:50 -0800
The Cincinnati Bengals have announced the contract termination of OT Richmond Webb. He started all sixteen games with the team during the 2001 season and missing twelve games last season with a torn left pectoral muscle.
Tue, 01 Oct 2002 13:23:36 -0700
The Cincinnati Bengals have placed OT Richmond Webb (pectoral muscle) on injured reserve; officially ending his season.
Mon, 30 Sep 2002 11:11:59 -0700
Bengals.com reports Cincinnati Bengals OT Richmond Webb (pectoral muscle) has been lost for the year due to a torn pectoral muscle. He’ll undergo season-ending surgery.
Mon, 30 Sep 2002 11:08:32 -0700
Bengals.com reports Cincinnati Bengals rookie OL Levi Jones will step into the starting lineup in place of injured Richmond Webb (pectoral muscle).
Wed, 25 Sep 2002 14:20:39 -0700
Bengals.com reports Cincinnati Bengals head coach Dick LeBeau has decided to stick with veteran OT Richmond Webb instead of promoting rookie Levi Jones to the starting lineup. LeBeau said it’s a result of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense and not Webb’s or Jones’ play.
Wed, 31 Jul 2002 15:09:39 -0700
Bengals.com’s Geoff Hobson reports Cincinnati Bengals rookie OT Levi Jones will be competing against OT Richmond Webb for playing time this year. Webb took Wednesday off of practice, which allowed Jones to practice with the first team.
Thu, 16 May 2002 16:58:34 -0700
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com the Cincinnati Bengals left tackle Richmond Webb returned home to Texas to care for his ailing daughter and missed Thursday's workouts.
Wed, 08 May 2002 10:48:28 -0700
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Cincinnati Bengals veteran OT Richmond Webb has been impressed by rookie OT Levi Jones, the team's first-round selection. Jones is viewed as the heir apparent to Webb down the road. Webb said Jones has great work ethic and has been real receptive so far during workouts. Jones has faired well against the team's best pass rushers and is picking up on techniques quickly.
Mon, 07 Jan 2002 00:35:08 -0800
The AP reports Cincinnati Bengals LT Richmond Webb (groin) was injured during Sunday's game.
Thu, 18 Oct 2001 21:04:57 -0700
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com Cincinnati Bengals OTs Willie Anderson and Richmond Webb, along with WR Peter Warrick, TE Marco Battaglia, and DE Vaughn Booker returned to practice earlier today after resting various bumps and bruises on Wednesday. LS Brad St. Louis didn't dress in order to rest his pulled abdomen.
Thu, 18 Oct 2001 08:01:24 -0700
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Cincinnati Bengals starting OTs Willie Anderson and Richmond Webb missed practice on Wednesday. Anderson has a mild knee sprain and Webb has a shoulder contusion. Both are probable and expected to play Sunday. LB Takeo Spikes returned to the team after attending his father's funeral.
Fri, 27 Jul 2001 12:00:34 -0700
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports T Richmond Webb is improving on a daily basis according to coach Dick LeBeau. Webb, who came into camp 15 pounds overweight, has already lost half of the 15 pounds he needs to lose to reach his playing weight of 325.
Sun, 22 Jul 2001 19:11:49 -0700
According to Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com, there is some concern on the Cincinnati Bengals about starting LT Richmond Webb being 13 pounds overweight at 338. Jim Lippincott, the team's director of pro/college personnel, said looked much better Sunday than Saturday and Webb says this was pretty much routine for him when he was going to seven Pro Bowls with the Dolphins.
Fri, 08 Jun 2001 17:52:52 -0700
According to SportsLine.com's Len Pasquarelli, Cincinnati Bengals OLT Richmond Webb is carrying about 15 pounds too much weight on his body these days. Webb has told coaches, who are a bit concerned, that he'll shed off the extra pounds before training camp begins next month.
Fri, 01 Jun 2001 09:56:08 -0700
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports with the dismissal of OT Rod Jones, the Cincinnati Bengals' coaching staff said OTs Richmond Webb and Willie Anderson are now the projected starters at both tackle positions. Jamain Stephens and John Jackson will be the backups.
Sat, 12 May 2001 20:03:35 -0700
According to SportsLine.com's Len Pasquarelli, the three-year deal OL Richmond Webb signed with the Cincinnati Bengals will more than likely turn out to be a two-year deal. Webb received a signing bonus of $1 million and will have base salaries of $1.5 million in 2001 and 2002. However, in 2003 his base salary jumps to $4 million and he's scheduled to receive a $1 million roster bonus in March 2003.
Tue, 01 May 2001 13:15:33 -0700
The Cincinnati Post reports because of the signing of OT Richmond Webb on Tuesday, Cincinnati Bengals LT John Jackson will now be relegated to backup duties at the tackle position. However, Jackson is not complaining saying the signing of Webb is a good move by the club.
Tue, 01 May 2001 00:32:48 -0700
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com the Cincinnati Bengals have named newly signed OT Richmond Webb their starting left tackle. "His name will go No. 1 on the depth chart, but it will be an open competition," said Bengals head coach Dick LeBeau.
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 17:05:58 -0700
As an update to earlier reports, Associated Press reports the three-year deal OL Richmond Webb received from the Cincinnati Bengals is worth $9 million.
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 14:06:51 -0700
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com that the Cincinnati Bengals have agreed to terms with free agent OL Richmond Webb (Dolphins) on a three-year deal. Financial details have not been disclosed.
Sun, 29 Apr 2001 02:22:27 -0700
The Miami Herald's Jason Cole reports Miami Dolphins DT Tim Bowens returned to mini-camp Saturday after missing the first day to take care of his son, who was sick. OT Brent Smith is getting every chance to prove he can be the starter at left tackle in place of Richmond Webb. Speaking of Webb, equipment manager Tony Egues has not given out Webb's No. 78 jersey, so far, as an unofficial tribute to Webb.
Fri, 27 Apr 2001 17:25:00 -0700
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com the Cincinnati Bengals began contract negotiations with free agent OT Richmond Webb earlier today. The team said it had reached a contract extension with G Mike Goff. Goff was scheduled to make the minimum $418,000 salary this year, but re-negotiated an undisclosed raise for the 2001 season along with a two-year extension.
Thu, 26 Apr 2001 20:14:25 -0700
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com free agent OT Richmond Webb stopped by for a visit and physical with the Cincinnati Bengals earlier today. The Bengals may be shifting their focus to adding a left tackle, a position bypassed in the NFL Draft.
Wed, 25 Apr 2001 23:54:06 -0700
The Miami Herald reports agent Steve Zucker is still looking for a team for his client, free agent OT Richmond Webb, formerly of the Miami Dolphins. With the Dolphins saying Webb is done there and the Buccaneers drafting OT Kenyatta Walker, Zucker said he's turning his attention to the Cincinnati Bengals. . "I'm in the process of setting up a visit with them now. That's where we're looking to get something done," said Zucker. The Bengals have been in the market for a new tackle.
Fri, 20 Apr 2001 10:32:14 -0700
The Miami Herald reports Miami Dolphins OT Richmond Webb cleaned out his locker yesterday as he prepared to move on to another NFL team. Said Webb: "I didn't expect to be there last year. . . . So I pretty much had prepared myself for this. I hadn't received an offer from them, but I knew I wasn't going to be there." Webb was contacted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday, according to agent Steve Zucker. "They told me to keep in touch with them, to not do anything until they've had a chance to talk to us," Zucker said. The Bucs may turn to Webb if they don't add a new tackle in the NFL Draft this weekend.
Thu, 19 Apr 2001 23:03:35 -0700
Chris Perkins reports for the Sun-Sentinel Miami Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt said Thursday OT Richmond Webb's days with the Dolphins are practically over. He also said S Brock Marion is in the same situation. ""You would love to see a player like Richmond Webb finish his career with the team he started with. Under today's structure of what we're dealing with we were just not in a position financially," said Wannstedt. He said the team couldn't meet Webb's current contract demands. OT Brent Smith is currently pegged as Webb's replacement with newly signed Marcus Spriggs backing him up. The coach also said he doesn't foresee a likely scenario in which Marion will return.
Wed, 18 Apr 2001 22:15:48 -0700
The Sun-Sentinel's Chris Perkins reports the signing of WR Dedric Ward is expected to have an effect on WRs Leslie Shepherd, Tony Martin and Lamar Thomas, OT Richmond Webb and S Brock Marion. VP of player personnel, Rick Spielman, indicated Wednesday the team doesn’t have much money remaining under this year’s $67.4 million salary cap. Spielman said they had enough left to sign their draft picks. The team could restructure some other contracts to free up some cap space. When addressing the draft, Spielman said teams have called the Dolphins about their 26th pick. Spielman said the Dolphins will listen to offers. He said they could attempt to move up, or down in the draft.
Mon, 16 Apr 2001 23:53:05 -0700
Alex Marvez reports for the Sun-Sentinel today's contract restructuring by Miami Dolphins WR O.J. McDuffie allows the team to add at least one veteran free agent and possibly re-sign OT Richmond Webb or S Brock Marion. They now have $5.1 million available on paper in salary cap space, but roughly $3.6 million is allocated to signing draft picks.
Thu, 12 Apr 2001 23:24:38 -0700
Alex Marvez reports for the Sun-Sentinel the Miami Dolphins visited with free agent OT Marcus Spriggs (Buffalo) earlier today. He started 11 games for the Bills last season. The Dolphins think he can provide them depth at both tackle spots and possibly guard. The final status of free agent Richmond Webb and what the Dolphins do in the NFL Draft will impact their plans for Spriggs.
Thu, 12 Apr 2001 23:20:54 -0700
Alex Marvez reports for the Sun-Sentinel the market for Miami Dolphins free agent S Brock Marion and OT Richmond Webb continues to dwindle. At this point, the only teams that appear to have interest in Marion are Cleveland and Indianapolis, but the Colts are reportedly trying to sign free agent S Keith Lyle (Rams). The Colts are not expected to sign anyone until after the NFL Draft. Miami coach Dave Wannstedt said he told the agent for Marion that at this point the Dolphins are not in any position to do anything with Marion. That could change after the draft. Webb received some interest from Denver, but that interest may have ended with Wednesday’s signing of Jaguars OT Todd Fordham.
Wed, 11 Apr 2001 02:42:12 -0700
The Rocky Mt. News reports free agent OL Richmond Webb (Dolphins) may begin to start visiting other potential teams now that he's recovered from elbow surgery. The Dolphins have been in contact with him about re-signing, but Webb's agent Steve Zucker said he's keeping his options open about going to other teams. The Denver Broncos are reportedly on Webb's wish list and one area of concern for them is the left tackle position.
Tue, 10 Apr 2001 00:49:24 -0700
Alex Marvez reports for the Sun-Sentinel agent Jordan Woy said the Miami Dolphins have not expressed interest in re-signing free agent CB Jerry Wilson. Woy, who also represents Miami free agent S Brock Marion, said two other teams expressed interest over the weekend in Marion to raise the total number of suitors to five. Woy would not name the two new teams. Woy said there was a possibility Marion could re-sign with the Dolphins, but he is aware of the team's cap situation. Agent Steve Zucker said free agent OT Richmond Webb will wait until after the NFL Draft to take visits with interested teams. Webb also could return to the Dolphins. Woy also indicated LB Robert Jones, released by Miami, may visit another team this week for a tryout.
Fri, 06 Apr 2001 11:57:26 -0700
Len Pasquarelli reports for SportsLine.com the Denver Broncos reached a contract agreement with former San Francisco 49ers reserve G Phil Ostrowski on a contract. Ostrowski became an unfettered free agent when the 49ers did not tender him the required qualifying offer that would have made him a restricted player and permitted the club to retain a right of first refusal. Financial terms of what is believed to be a one-year contract are not available. The Broncos continue to talk with free agent OT Richmond Webb (Miami) and there remains a chance he could sign on to become the team's new starter at left tackle.
Fri, 06 Apr 2001 10:16:04 -0700
The Miami Herald reports the Miami Dolphins spent Thursday hosting more visits from NFL Draft eligible college players. Included were some offensive linemen who could be potential replacements for OT Richmond Webb who may still leave via free agency. The three offensive tackles were Maurice Williams of Michigan, Kareem McKenzie of Penn State and Brandon Winey of LSU. All three have the skills to be left tackles in the NFL, according to Mel Kiper of ESPN. The Dolphins have done extensive research on Michigan OL Jeff Backus, although they expect that he will be drafted at least a few picks before they select at No. 26 in the first round and they don't want to trade up to get a shot at him.
Thu, 05 Apr 2001 01:17:40 -0700
Chris Perkins reports for the Sun-Sentinel odds are the Miami Dolphins won't be trading up in the NFL Draft or signing any big name free agents. "We’re not one player away from being a Super Bowl team," coach Dave Wannstedt said. As it has done to this point, the Dolphins will proceed fairly cautiously through the draft and the remaining free agency period. The team has re-signed some of their own players and added some mid-level free agents such as WR James McKnight, QB Ray Lucas and G Todd Perry. They will turn their attention to the draft and the post-draft free agent market. Wannstedt said there’s nothing new to report on the Dolphins other remaining free agents, S Brock Marion, OT Richmond Webb and LB Robert Jones. The Dolphins want them back, but not at the price their agents are currently seeking. The Dolphins had a voluntary team meeting Tuesday and every player under contract, except for P Matt Turk (excused absence) was there.
Sat, 31 Mar 2001 09:20:20 -0800
The Miami Herald reports agent Steve Zucker said Friday if the Miami Dolphins want the opportunity to match another team's offer to free agent OT Richmond Webb, they need to come forward with an offer of their own first. "I talked to [the Dolphins] twice this week and they have yet to make an offer. But they seem to expect that Richmond is going to go out there, get an offer and bring it back to them to see if they'll match it," said Zucker. Webb has received interest from Tampa Bay, Denver and Cincinnati. As soon as his elbow recovers from off-season surgery, probably next week, he'll start his visits to other teams. With OT Todd Steussie signed, Webb figures to draw more interest on the open market. Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt had said several times in recent weeks he hoped to re-sign Webb.