True, but there is a clear biting motion/action. Which destroys his 'brain explosion' theory. Happened seven minutes before the Tahu bite, so it looks like he tried it, got away with it so had another go.
He's screwed anyway. He's an expendible player who the NRL will not miss so the judiciary is obviously going to make an example of him here to discourage people in future. If it was Sonny, Hunt, Prince etc. They'd all get 1-2 weeks. Noone in the NRL (including the Dogs) will miss Morrin if he cops 10 weeks.