The Denver Broncos might be good to go at corner back, but they appear interested in bringing back their special teams ace from the past two seasons.
The “No Fly Zone” for the Denver Broncos has been one of the most excellent performing units for the team in the last few seasons.
Despite Kayvon Webster’s spot on the depth chart, it looks as if John Elway is not ready for the 2013 draft pick to leave just yet.
According to Mike Klis over at 9 News Denver, the Denver Broncos have expressed interest in re-signing special teams ace Kayvon Webster. The soon to be fifth year corner back’s contract expires on March 9th.
I have recently given my two cents on if the Denver Broncos should keep Kayvon Webster or let him walk.
If the Broncos have shown interest in bringing him back, I am all for it. I would absolutely be ecstatic if he returned to Denver.
The only thing here is will he want to come back? He has express he wants to play more on defense. At the very least as a nickel back.
Honestly, I would not blame him at all. While his special teams contributions have been excellent, Kayvon Webster’s snaps on defense have been very limited.
Perhaps the best way for him would be to test the market and see what his value is. I am certain there are some teams out there that need help at corner back.
Depending on his value in free agency, Webster could return to Denver.
Especially with the salary cap that Denver should receive in 2017. I would be shocked if both parties didn’t find a middle ground.
Kayvon Webster has been excellent in special teams, especially when it comes to downing punts. He has pinned quite a few of them deep in opponent territory.
His postseason performance en route to a Super Bowl title was phenomenal.
Hopefully, both sides come to a deal before March 9th.