The AFC Notebook

The AFC Notebook takes a peak around the news, notes and quick hits from the conference.

The lockout takes a bit out of the hard breaking news, but here is a few things you have missed this week around the AFC:

Raiders wide out Louis Murphy was recently arrested for possession of Viagra and resisting arrest according to NFL.com. We're not sure if those two incidents are related or not.

If there's no NFL season next year – or even if there is - one would think Mark Sanchez might be on the sideline when his former high school team Mission Viejo travels to Don Bosco Prep next fall for what will be Don Bosco Prep's home opener. The California powerhouse will travel to New Jersey to play the 2009 USA Today national champions. Sanchez frequently sports a Mission Viejo hat while conducting interviews.

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Joe Flacco recently let it be known he was none too happy over the Ravens not locking him up to an extension. "I think I've established myself," Flacco told the Baltimore Sun. "If you're not confident with who I am, I'm not sure what a year is going to make."

After a week long stint with Sporting Kansas City of Major League Soccer, Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco was named an honorary member of the club. Ochocinco seemed to impress members of the MLS team with his athleticism and even played with the reserves team against a local semi-pro club. He was named an honorary member of the team but was not offered a contract.

According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, HBO is planning a documentary on the life of former Jets quarterback Joe Namath.


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