From *wers we get English war, worse, worst.
From *wert we get English versus, verse, version, vertex, vortex, vertical, revert, invert, divert,..., worth, -ward, weird.
From *werb/p we get English warp, wrap, reverberate, envelop(e), develop, overlap, lap.
The Wiktionary etymology entry for "war" has
Compare Latin versus (“against, turned”), past participle of vertere (“turn, change, overthrow, destroy”). More at worse, wurst.
This seems to suggest a relation between PIE *wers (root of war, worse) and *wert (root of versus and possibly wurst). I'm also asking about *werb since it is so similar to *wert in sound and meaning.
Are any of these 3 roots actually related?