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Byline: Curt Sylvester
DETROIT _ Former Michigan quarterback Jim Harbaugh, a 14-year NFL veteran, will get the first _ but not necessarily the only _ shot at the Lions' backup quarterback job.
Harbaugh and guard Brenden Stai, cut Thursday by Jacksonville in a salary cap move, will be the first free agents interviewed by coach Marty Mornhinweg as he tries to get a quick fix for the Lions' most pressing needs.
Harbaugh, Stai and Bradford Banta, a backup tight end with a reputation for deadly accuracy as a long snapper, were scheduled to arrive in Detroit on Friday night and meet with Lions coaches on Saturday.
"Anytime you bring a guy in this early, …