On September 30, 2007 there was a pop that was heard around the N.F.L. world. Marvin Harrison injured his knee while attempting a block against a BroncoÆs player. Though no one knew it at the time, that injury was to lead to the end of HarrisonÆs career.
In typical Colts fashion, little was released about the severity of HarrisonÆs injury or when he would return. One week after another the fans were told it would be soon, that heÆs coming along, we expect him to start practicing any day, then it was weÆll see how many days of practice he can get through,áthen it was we think he's going to play, and finally, we decided to hold him out.
In other words, the typical stuff Colts fansáhear every time a player is hurt.
I remember during this time talking to Pat Kirwan on N.F.L. r ...
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