The Bears later confirmed that they had released Webb, who started 44 games -- 32 straight -- at left tackle in those three seasons. However, his 2013 season began with a position switch and quickly spiraled on him. He entered training camp as the favorite at right tackle but was replaced in the starting unit by rookie Jordan Mills.
Webb has been one of the poster boys of the Bears' O-line struggles the last several years. However, with the dearth of offensive line talent and a plethora of teams in need, Webb shouldn't be on the street long.
The Oakland Raiders are one team that makes all too much sense for Webb. The Raiders lost starting left tackle Jared Veldheer to a torn triceps. After a brief tryout with Alex Barron, rookie Menelik Watson had a solid start in his first preseason game Thursday. Still the Raiders could use all the help they can get to keep upright whoever wins the starting quarterback job.