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Notebook: Mitchell states his case

Jayme Mitchell (Joe Robbins/Getty)

DE Jayme Mitchell is back in form two years after a knee injury sidelined him. His strong showing against the Rams puts him squarely in play for a roster spot at a deep position. Plus, get notes from Brett Favre's first practice of the 2010 season with the Vikings.

Jayme Mitchell flashed some potential early in his rookie career, but it's been a slow, winding road for him since then. Mitchell started his career as an undrafted rookie in 2006, Brad Childress' first season as head coach, and tied for third-most sacks by a rookie in a game when he notched two against New England's Tom Brady. In fact, it was Mitchell that was called upon to replace first-round...

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