The Los Angeles Rams' flurry of cornerback moves this offseason came with some new collateral damage.
ESPN first reported the release.
Cutting Webster saves the cap-strapped Rams $3.5 million in salary cap with just $500,000 in dead money, per Over The Cap.
Webster started 11 games after following defensive coordinator Wade Phillips to L.A. from Denver, enjoying his best season before a ruptured Achilles tendon in mid-December sidelined him for the Rams' playoff run.
Los Angeles general manager Les Snead said last month the 27-year-old Webster might not be ready for training camp.
Despite the injury, Webster should latch on to a squad at some point this offseason. NFL teams are always scavenging for physical corners.
In other team news:
- The New York Jets have re-signed offensive linemen Dakota Dozier and Brent Qvale, according to the team.