EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- J'Marcus Webb had spent his first day in Minnesota Vikings' purple on Monday and praised the unexpectedly cool early September weather and the organization that is giving him another chance in the NFL.
After three somewhat tumultuous seasons with the Chicago Bears, Webb has his eyes on the future and the opportunity with Minnesota after the Vikings claimed him off waivers Sunday. Webb didn't want to rehash the past with Chicago and what led to his release after he had started 44 games the past three seasons for the Bears.
He's looking forward, almost without fail.
"No comment," Webb said of what went wrong in Chicago, smiling. He then paused and added: "I'm not too sure. Things work out the way they need to at times and things don't when they don't. Moving forward, I'm really excited to be here. I'm loving every day of it. I just got here yesterday. It's beautiful out here. I'm ... excited. Things just didn't work out and moving forward, I'm happy to be on ...