When all is said and done, Marvin Harrison will go down as one of the greatest receivers in NFL history. But he did not make his mark in the posteason.
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While awaiting a decision from head coach Tony Dungy on his future, the Indianapolis Colts could be losing another franchise legend. Unless wide receiver Marvin Harrison is willing to significantly restructure his contract, it’s possible he has played his last game for the Colts.
Colts WR Marvin Harrison has seven receptions for 31 yards against the Titans, moving him past Cris Carter into sole possession of second place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list. Harrison (1,102) now trails only Jerry Rice (1,549).
Indianapolis wide receiver Marvin Harrison, who did not make the trip to Jacksonville for tonight’s game against the Jaguars due to a knee injury, could well be playing his final season with the Colts.
The top of the NFL’s all-time receptions list now reads Jerry Rice, Cris Carter and Marvin Harrison.
Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison connected on short pass during the first quarter against the Lions, and both are moving up some of the NFL’s all-time records lists.
Some people thought that Marvin Harrison, at 36, had lost a step in 2008. Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star writes that while the Manning-Harrison machine may have gotten off to a slow start, don’t expect that to last.
Peyton Manning threw for 170 yards and three touchdowns in the first half against Baltimore’s top-ranked defense. He hooked up with Marvin Harrison for two scores and Reggie Wayne for one and is on pace for a monster stat line.
He just threw a 67-yard touchdown pass to Marvin Harrison. This is why you START YOUR STUDS. And for those of you who started, say, Kyle Orton ahead of Manning, consider it a lesson learned.