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Joe Webb, who was sacked twice and averaged a meager 1.8 yards on 4 of 11 passing, is refining his mechanics and learning how to improvise in the pocket instead of pulling down the ball and running. His instincts produced big plays, but Webb's legs alone cannot rescue him from trouble or make him a reliable backup to starting quarterback Christian Ponder.
Musgrave: "As a quarterback, sometimes you've got to throw when you can't step into it. We know what Joe can do. We've just got to enhance him in the pocket. He doesn't have a lot of time on task playing quarterback in the pocket. And we want to make sure we don't paint him into a corner where he can only do this. Joe's tall (6 feet 4). He has a good release, and we think he can be more effective in the pocket than he has been in the past."
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