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Darnell Dockett continues to feel Albert Haynesworth's pain

A quick spin around TwitterTown reveals:

Darnell Dockett of the Arizona Cardinals continues to sympathize in a Nelson Muntzian way with the plight of Albert Haynesworth. When he finds out about the "mental reps," it's really gonna be over.

If the big fella give me 3millon I'd come run that test for him barefoot with shades and nike head band and ill put on a #92 jersey!! #dealless than a minute ago via ƜberTwitter

Drew Storen plans his trip to LA: Perhaps the Disney

If I do drop in on @jimrome then I can officially take that off my bucket list.less than a minute ago via web

While his mom, Pam, just plans:

Got about a week to figure out what to get a kid who's a major league baseball pitcher for his 23rd birthday...looking for ideas.less than a minute ago via web

Hello, LaVar: LaVar Arrington is joining the staff of The Washington Post (words I never really thought I'd type). I'm guessing the buzz about our Christmas parties is what sealed the deal. Two words: Conga line.

By Cindy Boren  |  August 3, 2010; 6:30 AM ET
Categories:  MLB , NFL , Nationals , Redskins  
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