MARVIN HARRISON RUMORS

Indianapolis Colts won’t let Hakeem Nicks wear #88

Back in the day, the great Marvin Harrison wore the number 88 for the Indianapolis Colts. The has yet to officially retire his number, but that doesn’t mean it’s up for grabs. The Colts and former Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks agreed to a one-year deal this offseason, but won’t let him wear the #88 jersey. Instead of dawning the double-eights on his jersey, Nicks will wear...
Via Standing O Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Back to his roots:Where Marvin Harrison is now

Having been drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in 1996, Marvin Harrison spent 13 years alongside the Colts with most of those years catching passes from Peyton Manning. Before his NFL career, Harrison played college football at Syracuse – where he even spent a year with quarterback, Donovan McNabb. While he set a school record with 2,718 career receiving yards, which was only a...
Via cover32 - Colts
February 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Marvin Harrison’s Strange Hall of Fame Snub

One of the nice new twists to the ‘NFL Honors’ night before the Super Bowl is the unveiling of the next Hall of Fame class to be enshrined in Canton prior to the 2014 season.In his first year of eligibility this year, it was widely expected that former Indianapolis Colts’ receiver Marvin Harrison would become a first-ballot electee into the Hall.Yet when the names were announced...
Via Football Nation
February 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Marvin Harrison, HOF snub first time around?

The 2014 Hall Of Fame class was announced late Saturday night, and when former Indianapolis Colts Wide Receiver Marvin Harrison was left off the list, Colts fans took to social media to share their complaints. Many were outraged that the former Colts all pro receiver was left off the list. Harrison finished his career in 2008 with the same team he started with, the Colts. He amassed...
Via cover32 - Colts
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Marvin Harrison & Meek Mill Chilling On The Block (Photo)

Marvin Harrison might be one of the most soft spoken, and humble players to ever step on the gridiron. Here in Philly, he’s just Marv. Harrison was born and raised in North Philadelphia, and unlike most pro athletes, that’s where you’ll likely find him on most afternoons, albeit doing something positive. Harrison quietly has amassed a portfolio of about 20 residential and commercial...
Via Thacover2
September 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Caption The Photo: Marvin Harrison & Meek Mill Chilling On The Block (Photo)

Marvin Harrison might be one of the most soft spoken, and humble players to ever step on the gridiron. Here in Philly, he’s just Marv. Harrison was born and raised in North Philadelphia, and unlike most pro athletes, that’s where you’ll likely find him on most afternoons, albeit doing something positive. Harrison quietly has amassed a portfolio of about 20 residential and commercial...
Via BlackSportsOnline
September 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Marvin Harrison returns!

Marvin Harrison. Let those words sit a second because it's not often enough we get to say them these days. Once they were used daily beside water coolers, fan forums and opposing lockerrooms. Those words were spoken sometimes with wonder, others with fear but always with respect.  Finally we get to talk about Marvin once again this week when he introduces the Colts second and...
Via The Colts Authority
April 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Return of Harrison gives winless Colts respite

Marvin Harrison is coming back to Indianapolis on Sunday to be inducted into the team's Ring of Honor. For the Colts, the ceremony couldn't come at a better time. The league's only winless team is trying to avoid its first 0-11 start since 1986 this weekend, and seeing the franchise's career receiving leader will give some of Harrison's ex-teammates a respite...
Via AP on Fox
November 23, 2011  |  Discuss

The Marvin Harrison Project

In honor of Marvin Harrison's induction to the Colts Ring of Honor on Sunday, I'd like to announce my next major book project. Beginning at the end of this season, I'll begin work on The Marvin Harrison Project. The Marvin Harrison Project will be a comprehensive statistical study comparing Harrison to every wide receiver in the Hall of Fame as well as every significant...
Via The Colts Authority
November 23, 2011  |  Discuss

Polian reminisces on Harrison

This week's Polian Corner has some good stuff.  Polian definitely brings back some good memories when speaking of Marvin Harrison: I will say something else.  Marvin Harrison blocked whenever he was asked to block.  He ran after the catch early in his career on virtually every catch, and he was told by coaches and by me, ‘Marvin, unless it’s for a first down that means...
Via The Colts Authority
November 22, 2011  |  Discuss
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