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#5 QB for the Houston Texans
Joe Webb entered the NFL in 2010 when he was drafted as a quarterback by the Minnesota Vikings in the sixth round of the draft. After his tenure with the Vikings ended, Webb joined the Carolina Panthers in 2014 and continued to play for the Panthers until September of last year, when he was released and then quickly signed by the Bills.
With Webb, the Texans receive the only quarterback in the NFL who plays on special teams, and also now have another option behind starting quarterback Deshaun Watson and backup quarterback Brandon Weeden. Webb can also play in the wildcat formation, which Texans head coach Bill O'Brien has used in the past.
In his NFL career to date, Webb has completed 56.6 percent of his passes as a quarterback for 888 yards with three touchdowns and six interceptions. As a receiver, Webb has caught eight passes for 61 yards in his career, and on special teams, he has a total of 401 yards.
Houston Texans: #5 QB
Webb has completed 56.6% of his passes as a quarterback for 888 yards with three touchdowns and six interceptions.