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    Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done - Asks for release

    [size=13pt]Harrison’s Indy days are done[/size]

    Posted: Adam Schefter
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    Everyone keeps focusing on WR Terrell Owens‘ future with the Cowboys. But the more pressing issues surround Colts WR Marvin Harrison.

    It’s no longer a question of if Harrison, 36, will be let go. It has become a question of when....

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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    it is an oldie with great hands
    could be a solid slot receiver for us ...naahhh it is too old for a wide ,won´t happen...
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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done


    Marvin was fortunate to have played the majority of his career with Peyton, and if he chooses to retire after being released by the Colts, he can look back on his stellar career with pride.

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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    Harrison is a great receiver and I can't believe that the colts would just let him go. I know they have other young guys, but I think he's still got a couple of years left in him. I guess the price tag may be too high for the colts to hold onto though.

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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    Seems like someone Childress would bring in... and I'm not joking about that. He still has young receivers in Rice and Allison. Perhaps bringing in Harrison is a way to boost our receiving corps by bringing in a guy that can both play and coach (to a degree).

    Eh... it's just a thought, but seems like the sort of player Chilly would go for and I wouldn't be totally against it.
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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    I know he is old but I wouldn't mind seeing him here but I doubt it happens.

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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    "C" wrote:
    Seems like someone Childress would bring in... and I'm not joking about that. He still has young receivers in Rice and Allison. Perhaps bringing in Harrison is a way to boost our receiving corps by bringing in a guy that can both play and coach (to a degree).

    Eh... it's just a thought, but seems like the sort of player Chilly would go for and I wouldn't be totally against it.
    your forgetting that pending gun charge alleging he shot somebody is still out there.. he could be suspended...

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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    "El" wrote:
    it is an oldie with great hands
    could be a solid slot receiver for us ...naahhh it is too old for a wide ,won´t happen...
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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    He is getting paid a sick amount of money. Maybe they have to do it to fit under the cap
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    Re: Marvin Harrison’s Indy days are done

    "gregair13" wrote:
    He is getting paid a sick amount of money. Maybe they have to do it to fit under the cap
    they do, his cap number this year is 9 mill for an old aging receiver who had a bad year last year...
    although he's coming off a knee injury i actually think he'll bounce back compared to last year.. we'll see... but that gun charge is the X factor!

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