Having been through the difficult and sometimes lonely process of rehabbing a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee suffered in the final month of his rookie campaign in 2009,
And despite the frustration of watching his teammates from the sideline and spending time by himself to strengthen the knee, the 27-year-old cornerback said he views every step as a positive one towards his primary objective of returning to the field.
"I've been through it before, and the things that happened when I came back last time were good things, and I will look at them as good things as I come back this time," Webb said during a Thanksgiving outreach event sponsored by his foundation at the Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club in Northwest Baltimore Tuesday evening. "It's just a fight. You go through ups and downs, and when you're down, you judge a person's character by how they get back up. I'm just going to fight and hope that everything works out well. I'm leaving it in God's hands."
Webb tore the ACL while jostling with Cowboys receiver
Webb said he hasn't had any setbacks yet with his surgically-repaired knee.
"I'm feeling well," he said. "I'm just going to work every day. It hit me hard mentally, but I've come back strong from that. My teammates, the coaches and fans have helped me stay strong. The fans have hit me up on Twitter and have kept me strong. They've told me that they can't wait to see me back, to stay strong, that they're praying for me. And No. 1, my family, my fiancé and my son, being with them every day keeps me up mentally and gets me prepared to go fight every day."
Webb’s absence has forced the Ravens to play
Graham finished with eight tackles and three pass breakups, and Johnson forced a key fumble in the Ravens’ 13-10 win against the