The Baltimore Ravens and CB Lardarius Webb have agreed in principle to a six-year contract on Thursday. The deal is worth $50 million total, with a $10 million signing bonus, and over $20 million guaranteed.
Lardarius Webb quickly turned from a third round pick out the small, unheard of Nicholls State into one of the league’s best corners. He was rumored to be a highly sought after free-agent despite being restricted and protected by a first-round tender.
Webb is entering his fourth year in the NFL and second as a starter where he hopes to build off of his pro-bowl caliber season last year.