Defensive back B.W. Webb, a former Warwick High and William and Mary standout, joined his fifth NFL team Wednesday night.
The Chicago Bears signed Webb, 26, to a one-year deal.
Webb, a fourth-round pick of the Cowboys in 2013, has played a season each for Dallas, Pittsburgh, Tennessee and New Orleans. He has played 49 NFL regular-season games, recording an interception in each of the last two seasons.
Charles Ameer tripled home three runs in the fourth inning as William and Mary (16-13) beat VCU 5-1 at The Diamond. Six Tribe pitchers combined on a three-hitter against the Rams (16-13).
The Tribe is hosting CAA foe Elon this weekend. The first...
Bears 41, Colts 21: The season-opening victory over the Colts stands as the best game of the season to date. No one knew then the Bears would be blowing out a young, AFC club quickly on the rise after a seamless transition from Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck. The offense produced nine plays of 20...