Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb said that the Ravens are "going to bounce back" after finishing last season 8-8 and missing the playoffs, according to the Baltimore Sun.
The 28-year-old Webb went on to say that the Ravens up-and-down 2013 season "wasn't that bad."
From the Sun:
"A lot of people want to say [last season] was bad just because we didn't make the playoffs. We don't usually not make the playoffs. A lot of people want to say last year was a horrible year, but it wasn't a horrible year."
Less than a year and a half removed from a Super Bowl title, Webb said the Ravens can grow from last season's failure to make the postseason, which was the first time Baltimore missed the playoffs under coach John Harbaugh.
Webb had 74 total tackles, 22 pass deflections and two interceptions in 2013 after returning from an ACL tear suffered in October 2012.
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