The Houston Texans are set to sign former Los Angeles Rams CB Kayvon Webster for the 2018 season:
Former Rams and Broncos’ CB Kayvon Webster is signing a 1-year, $2 million deal with the Texans, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 26, 2018
Webster joined the Rams early in the 2017 free agency period on a two-year deal. The Rams negated the final year of the deal by releasing him in April of this year.
From our friends over at Battle Red Blog, the SB Nation community for fans of the Texans:
Webster joins a cornerback unit in desperate need of veteran help. Kevin Johnson was concussed earlier in the preseason and Johnathan Joseph is entering his age-34 season.
Webster spent his first four seasons with the Broncos, earning a Super Bowl ring in Super Bowl 50. Last season, he started 11 games for the Rams before injuring his Achilles in Week 14. In his career, Webster has 98 tackles and two interceptions.
He was released by the Rams in April after failing a physical and has been looking for a new team since. Now, he’s found a home with the Texans.
Best of luck to Kayvon in H-town this year.