Most of Kayvon Webster’s NFL snaps came on special teams, not in the secondary.
The cornerback sat behind multiple Pro Bowl players while contributing to Denver Broncos teams that played in two Super Bowls.
Now, for the first time, Webster is on track to start on defense.
The Rams, with a hearty endorsement from new defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, signed the fifth-year pro to play on the outside opposite franchise-tagged cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
Webster said his Super Bowl pedigree, and what he learned while earning it, helped prepare him for the opportunity with the Rams.
“I know what it took to get there,” he said of playing for an NFL...