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In the midst of a difficult season that started with a debilitating back injury in training camp, Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb has been recognized for not giving up.
The 29-year-old was named this year’s recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award winner, which was voted on by his Ravens teammates. Webb missed all of training camp and three of the first four games of the season after going down with lower back spams on the second day of summer practices.
In seven games, Webb has made 29 tackles and six pass breakups while trying to work his way back to pre-injury form. Unfortunately, the 2009 third-round pick is no stranger to injuries in his career as he has suffered torn anterior cruciate ligament tears in both knees, one in his rookie season and the other in 2012.
In six NFL seasons, the Nicholls State product has collected 284 tackles, 69 pass breakups, 10 interceptions, and two forced fumbles.
Last year’s winner was former Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain, who overcame a serious neck injury in 2012 to resume his playing career.

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