Kansas City Chiefs sign J’Marcus Webb


Free agent offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb is a free agent no more after making a handful of visits over the past few weeks and finally deciding on where his new home will be. According to a report from SiriusXM NFL Radio, Webb has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Webb had recently visited the Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers, which came after a visit with the Chiefs back in March.

The Kansas City Chiefs offensive line was hit hard in free agency when they lost tackle Branden Albert and guards Jon Asamoah and Geoff Schwartz, so adding Webb provides some much needed depth.

Webb has struggled during his time in the league as a full-time starter, but his versatility will still benefit the Chiefs and head coach Andy Reid even if Webb is not capable of starting on a weekly basis.

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  • paul pace

    Good signing, even though not full-time starter talent, it adds depth that the Chiefs desperately need. (IMO) the only O-lineman they lost to free agency that they should have possibly kept was Schwartz. So, I think they have adequately filled the O-line vacancies to date. But, then, Dorsey is probably not done with adding personnel so who can say who else he will bring in.

  • Blake Molina

    Always a fan of the “swing tackle” in the event Fisher or Stephenson get injured. Webb has experience, may come in handy.