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Deep Posts: The extended James Harrison biting edition

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• The Onion: Investigators believe that it was James Harrison who bit his own son. "James III is almost completely recovered and has been released from Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, while his father has been quarantined at Animal, Linebacker, and Wide Receiver Control of McKees Rocks, PA."

Bad news for Mark Sanchez fans: He continues to suck in practice. Good news for Mark Sanchez(notes) fans: He's up late late every night, studying the playbook and watching video.

• The DC Sports Bog talks to Santana Moss talks about turning 30 and the wisdom that comes with it.

Ronnie Brown sees himself as a part of the elite group of runners in the NFL. The stats agree, if you consider the elite group to be the top, oh, 20 or so. Ronnie's thinking more along the lines of top five.

Michael Vick's(notes) father, no stranger to jail cells himself, says that his son will be a better man after having all that time behind bars to reflect. Their once-strained relationship appears to be back on track, too, which make me happy for both of them.

• Fran Tarkenton vs. Marcellus Wiley(notes): Most unlikely sports media feud ever? Marcellus responds to Tarkenton's response to him and breaks out the "Get off my lawn!" card.

The Redskins have released Jon Jansen(notes), who has held down their right tackle position for the last 10 years. Candidates to replace him include Stephon Heyer(notes), or free-agent signings Mike Williams and Jeremy Bridges(notes). I expect that Jansen's phone will be ringing soon, too.

• The city of Los Angeles wants to host the NFL Draft, and a Super Bowl, too. I would like to host a baby oil wrestling competition among the San Diego Chargers cheerleaders. I don't foresee either happening.

• Thirty-four-year- old Donald Driver is missing Packers minicamp because he wants a new contract. According to a team source, it's the fourth straight year that Driver's asked the team about getting a new deal.

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