"I don't see some of the things last year I saw on tape," Mularkey said. "I see him much more balanced in the pocket. He is accurate. To his left, he still has some errant throws...He has a lot of confidence about him. He hasn't let any of the stuff written about him get to him."
Gabbert has been under a lot of criticism for his play during his rookie campaign in 2011. The fact that Mularkey is impressed with some of Gabbert's abilities should give fans hope that he can make strides forward in 2012.
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