Found November 22, 2011 on The Colts Authority:
PLAYERS: Marvin 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 the game, go down.  We need you.  We don’t need people take shots at you.’  I’ve heard people that don’t really know the game criticize him for that.  The fact of the matter is that he would give anything he had to give for this team.  At the end when he no longer could do it anymore and he realized that the injuries had taken their toll and taken away some of that magic from him, he was a proud professional, and just absolutely in sync with the way he conducted himself throughout his career, (he) went out on top. 

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...

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...

Colts inducting Harrison into 'Ring of Honor'

The Indianapolis Colts will add former wide receiver Marvin Harrison to their "Ring of Honor" on Sunday. Harrison, who spent most of his playing days catching passes from Peyton Manning, had 1,102 catches for 14,580 yards and 128 touchdowns during his 13-year career in Indianapolis. Harrison won a Super Bowl with Indianapolis in 2007 and was selected to the Pro Bowl...

Colts to induct Harrison into "Ring of Honor"

The Colts will induct wide receiver Marvin Harrison into their ''Ring of Honor'' on Sunday. The addition was announced Monday during vice chairman Bill Polian's weekly radio show. Harrison caught most of his passes from Peyton Manning in a career that spanned from 1996 to 2008. He ranks No. 3 in NFL history with 1,102 receptions, No. 6 with 14,580 yards and...

Harrison humbled

Marvin Harrison is known for being a man of few words.  He's of course very proud of his inclusion in the Colts Ring of Honor: “Being inducted into the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor means a lot to me,” said Harrison. “The reality is, I’m at a loss for words. When Mr. Irsay called me and said ‘You’re being inducted into the Ring of Honor,’ I thought he was extending...

Marvin Harrison to Be Inducted Into ‘Ring of Honor’

Marvin Harrison will once again wave hello to Indianapolis on Sunday.<img src="" alt="" ... [visit site to read more]Marvin Harrison to Be Inducted Into ‘Ring of Honor’ - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News, Blogs...

Colts to induct Marvin Harrison to Ring of Honor

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Colts plan to induct Harrison into 'Ring of Honor'

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Colts will induct wide receiver Marvin Harrison into their "Ring of Honor" on Sunday.
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