Harbs and Webb talk about the comeback

John Harbaugh:

-His thoughts on CB/RS Lardarius Webb practicing: “My thoughts are all good thoughts about Lardarius being out there. He went through individual [drills] and looked good moving around. We’ll probably put him on some kind of path, the same that we did with Fabian [Washington]. That seemed to work out really well, [and they had the] same injuries. I know he’s really excited to be out.”

-If he expects Webb to see any action in the preseason: “I really don’t know. You’d love to, just because if he’s out there doing it you’d know he was ready. But we’re not going to push it. We’re not going to do anything earlier than we are completely - as much as you can be - sure that there won’t be a setback.”

-What he thinks Webb’s chances are for playing against the Jets: “I wish I could [guess], but I’m not a doctor. The doctors don’t even tell us that because they don’t know, so it’s just impossible to put a number on it.”

Lardarius Webb:

-On how it felt to run around after being removed from the PUP and cleared to practice today: “It was fine. [I was] glad to be out with my teammates. They welcomed me back fine and dandy. It was great.”

-On whether he thought he’d be back at this point in the preseason at the time he actually tore the ACL: “I didn’t know what to think. I had never had an ACL [injury] before, so I didn’t know what it was going to take to get back. [I] didn’t know what I was going to be going through. So, I just took it one day at a time, actually.”

-On how hard it was to get back from the time spent rehabbing the knee to where it is now: “I don’t know about how hard, but it was a lot of hard work. Just being here every day with [vice president of medical services/head certified athletic trainer] Bill [Tessendorf], putting in all the work that I possibly can do, just being up here every day, it was hard waking up [and] coming up here every day, but it was easy once I got here to put the work in, because I wanted to be back. So, it just took a little time.”

-On whether he has any goals or expectations for himself as far as when he’d like to be back playing: “My expectations are to get through this whole season healthy and to help my team win a championship. Play my role - if that’s cheering them on, on the sideline, if that’s being the starting corner or starting nickel... Hey, I could be a coach. It doesn’t matter. I just want to be a part of this team this year. So, I’m doing everything to get back with these guys.”

-On what the main thing was that he took from the whole process - getting hurt, rehabbing and now coming back: “Trust God. He cannot fail. He does everything for a reason, so just go back and just put my work in, and He did this for a reason. So, I just look at it like that.”