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The Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor apparently will add another member later this month. Owner Jim Irsay indicated via his Twitter account that Marvin Harrison, the teams former record-setting wide receiver, will return to town. A Tweet last month hinted that a player would be added to the Ring of Honor at some point this season. The mystical,reclusive,fantastic Mr. Marvin Harrison will return 2 town this month 2 stroll the fields of Lucas! #18 may even chuck1 2him!, Irsay wrote on Twitter today. Harrison spent his entire 13-year career with the Colts, who selected him with the 19th overall pick in the 1996 draft. Harrison was an eight-time Pro Bowl selection who holds all-time franchise records with 1,102 receptions, 14,580 yards and 128 receiving touchdowns and in NFL history, he ranks No. 3 in receptions, No. 6 in yards and No. 5 in receiving TDs. Source: Indianapolis Star
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The Indianapolis Colts will add former receiver Marvin Harrison to their Ring of Honor sometime this month.Harrison, who caught 1,102 balls for 14,580 yards and 128 touchdowns during his 13-year career in Indianapolis, will either be inducted when the Colts host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Nov. 13 or when they welcome the Carolina Panthers to Lucas Oil Field on Nov. 27.Harrison won...
Mike Chappel guesses that Jim Irsay's announcement that #88 will return to Indy means he's getting his rightful place among Colts greats:
Owner Jim Irsay indicated via his Twitter account that Marvin Harrison, the team’s former record-setting wide receiver, will return to town. A Tweet last month hinted that a player would be added to the Ring of Honor at some point this season.
Jim Irsay says that we might see the elusive, TastyKake-loving Marvin Harrison this month at a game!
The mystical,reclusive,fantastic Mr. Marvin Harrison will return 2 town this month 2 stroll the fields of Lucas! #18 may even chuck1 2him!
The Indianapolis Colts' "Ring of Honor'' apparently will add another member later this month.
Jim Irsay has a dream: one more 18 to 88 moment. That combination will live forever in the minds of Colts fans: a lofty pass with Harrison streaking down the sideline, feet dancing just inside the line, one hand stretching out to snag the ball just inches from being intercepted. It was a thing of beauty.Now Harrison will join Colts immortals in the Ring of Honor:
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