Seahawks defensive end Darryl Tapp again was asked by reporters today about allegedly biting Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Tapp again denied biting Rodgers, and then proceeded to demonstrate how it's pretty much impossible for him to have done it by putting on his helmet and demonstrating on a reporter's arm that he couldn't get his chompers through his facemask to any part of the reporter's arm.
"He's not my concern as far as if I bit him or not because it didn't happen," Tapp said. "I know me personally, if someone were to bite me I wouldn't wait a whole year to bring it up to somebody to get it handled. That's all I'm saying about it."
Of course, Tapp continued to talk about it, which you can listen to here.
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And Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times has the visual evidence here.
As far as injuries go, Seahawks head coach Jim Mora said WR Nate Burleson (ankle) is very unlikely to play. LB Aaron Curry is doubtful but he went through treatment this morning and is feeling better.
RB Julius Jones (rib) practiced today and should be fine for Sunday. And Mora said they held WR Ben Obomanu (hamstring) today because his hamstring tightened up a little bit, so they might have to bring Mike Hass or Mike Jones up from the practice roster.
The Seahawks will have a short, walk through practice on Friday, similar to what the team does on a regular Saturday, so there will be no media availability.