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LEADING OFF

Sept. 27, 2010
Sept. 27, 2010

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Sept. 27, 2010

LEADING OFF
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LEADING OFF

PHOTOPhotograph by Aaron Josefczyk/ReutersHay Maker Grass was sent flying when Browns running back Jerome Harrison dived for yardage after being tripped up in the first quarter of a home game against the Chiefs on Sunday. Harrison was mowed down with only 33 yards on 16 carries as Cleveland lost 16--14.PHOTOPhotograph by Danish Siddiqui/ReutersParallel Parking An Indian gymnast practiced mallakhamb, an ancient combination of gymnastics and acrobatics, at a playground in Mumbai on Sept. 13. The sport, whose name means gymnast's pole, originated in 12th-century India and is said to promote both mental and physical fitness.PHOTOPhotograph by Ray Stubblebine/ReutersDigital Reception Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss caught a touchdown pass from Tom Brady while Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis lunged to no avail during the second quarter of their game in East Rutherford, N.J., on Sunday. The score put New England up 14--7. Revis reinjured his left hamstring on the play and missed the rest of the game, but the Jets stormed back to win 28--14.