The former Texas Tech and California quarterback has enjoyed six seasons in the NFL but hasn’t seen much action on the field.
Webb, who tours for the New York team, has spent time with the Jets, Giants, and Bills.
And according to today’s report Adam Shefterthe 28-year-old is ready to move on to the next phase of his career.
“Giants backup QB Davis Webb, who was offered the job as Buffalo’s quarterback coach last offseason, has expressed interest in beginning his transition from player to coach,” Schefter said in a tweet. After securing your first NFL start of the season, jump into coaching for the right opportunity.”
Leaving his playing career behind is a difficult task, especially for Webb, who is only 28 years old and was selected in the third round of the draft just six years ago.
But Webb has definitely absorbed a wealth of knowledge on the sidelines, backing up experienced quarterbacks like Eli Manning and Josh McCown.
As Schefter hinted in his tweet, if Webb retires from the game, he will retire on high note. Davis made his first career start this year against the Philadelphia Eagles and put two touchdowns on the board, one rushing and one passing.