Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb was a Long Reach coach for a day
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5 when Hughes' former neighbor Ravens star cornerback Lardarius Webb came to be a Long Reach coach for a day. On injured reserve due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb was emphatic that he's on schedule to return for next season. And that friendship led to Webb's help with the Long Reach football team for a game in October. "It feels so sweet just to make in to the Super Bowl, just to even be here for Joe Flacco to finally reach that spot and Ed Reed after all those years of playing and never making it here," Webb said. Webb indicated no setbacks in his comeback, which would mark the second time he has had to rehabilitate from a torn ACL. As the president of a homeowner's association just a few miles from the Baltimore Ravens practice facility in Owings Mills, Long Reach's Pete Hughes isn't a stranger to NFL players. He was there when Hall of Famer Deion Sanders took a casual walk through the neighborhood, and he got up the nerve to ask 350-pound defensive lineman Terrence Cody to put out his trash only on the designated day.
Lardarius Webb says he'll be ready for next season after torn ACL
Ravens cornerback on the mend from serious knee injuryOn injured reserve due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb was emphatic that he's on schedule to return for next season.