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Bears ink 7th round pick tackle J’Marcus Webb

Pro Football Talk reports that the Bears have inked 7th round pick J’Marcus Webb:

According to the Chicago Tribune, the Bears have signed seventh-round pick J’Marcus Webb to a four-year contract.

Financial terms weren’t disclosed. Webb becomes the second rookie drafted in April to sign a contract. Texans sixth-round pick Trindon Holliday put pen to paper on a four-year deal late last week.

Webb appeared in 12 games (0 starts) for the Texas Longhorns as a true freshman in 2006. He’d transfer to community college, and ultimately landed in the Division-II ranks at West Texas A&M.

Webb took over as the Buffaloes’ starting left tackle as a junior, protecting Rams 2009 sixth-round pick Keith Null’s blind side. Last season, Webb was honored as an Associated Press third-team Little All-American, which awards players from Division II, Division III, and NAIA.

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One Response to “Bears ink 7th round pick tackle J’Marcus Webb”

  1. Yerkan says:

    Webb should be a good player, and should help our line greatly.

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