The Rams have added to their secondary, agreeing to terms with former Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster on Monday.
Webster was a 2013 third-round pick out of USF for Denver and has been a major special teams contributor to the team over the last four years. According to Brandon Krisztal of KOA News Radio in Denver, Webster was looking elsewhere for a chance to play more at defensive back. He has 76 total tackles, 14 passes defensed, and one interception in his four-year career.
One advantage Webster may have in his desire to play more at corner is a familiarity with Los Angeles defensive coordinator Wade Phillips' scheme. Phillips, of course, held the same position with Denver from 2015-2016, winning Super Bowl 50 with the club.
Webster joins cornerbacks Trumaine Johnson, E.J. Gaines, Lamarcus Joyner, Mike Jordan, Blake Countess, and Troy Hill on Los Angeles' roster.