DENVER -- Kayvon Webster's preference continues to be to hear the Broncos out.
But the free agent defensive back told Denver7 Thursday afternoon he has not yet received an offer from Denver, while receiving strong interest from the Rams, Eagles and Dolphins.
Webster evolved into a special teams ace over the past two seasons. He excelled at pinning opponents on kick and punt returns. Webster has said on multiple occasions he would love to stay with the Broncos. However, he is seeking more playing time, which, on the surface, is not available in Denver.
Webster owns 83 tackles and two starts in four seasons with the Broncos. The Rams represent an interesting spot. They are looking for secondary depth, and Webster knows defensive coordinator Wade Phillips well. He played for Phillips the past two seasons. Miami coach Adam Gase also worked in Denver and is well-versed in Webster's versatility.