What can I say about an icon at the HB position in the Eagles organization. One of the toughest players at the positions, enduring knee surgeries and concussions, but still battles on.
Westbrook came into the league in 2002 and many said he wouldn't amount to anything more than a third down back or he was "too small."
Westbrook made everyone who doubted him eat their words. His 2009 numbers were dismal at best but he has been the man who has carried the Eagles on his shoulders for a long time.
Battling knee injuries over the past few years combined with the series of concussions he had in 2009, teams are being very analytical when thinking of bringing him on their squad.
I honestly can't believe that nobody has picked him up yet.
In 2009 Westbrook amazed 274 yards on 61 attempts (4.5 YPC) for a touchdown and also had 181 yards on 25 catches (7.2 YPC) notching in a touchdown in that category as well.
If Westbrook can get healthy and stay healthy, those numbers actually are pretty darn good for a 30 year old HB who has taken a beating in his career.
Here's a look at Westbrook's career rushing and receiving stats: