Musgrave: Webb still No. 2 QB behind Ponder

Vikings Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrave says Joe Webb is still his primary backup quarterback despite Sage Rosenfels leading the Vikings to their only touchdown last Friday night against San Diego.
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