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  1. Marvin Darnell Harrison Sr. (born August 25, 1972) is an American Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver who played 13 seasons for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL), much of it with Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning.

  2. Jan 3, 2020 · Marvin Harrison’s NFL career. Harrison played 13 seasons in the NFL from 1996 to 2008, all with the Colts. Arguably the best receiver in the league in his prime, he recorded 100-plus receptions in four straight seasons from 1999 through 2002, with that last year being a record-setter. In 2002, Harrison caught an NFL record 143 receptions for ...

  3. Marvin Harrison. Marvin Daniel Harrison Position: WR 6-0, 185lb (183cm, 83kg) Born: August 25, 1972 in Philadelphia, PA. College: Syracuse (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 123 (36th overall since 1960) High School: Roman Catholic

  4. Wide receiver Marvin Harrison was the 19th overall choice by the Indianapolis Colts in the 1996 NFL Draft. The Colts obtained the pick in a trade with the Atlanta Falcons in exchange for Jeff George, the number one overall pick in the 1990 draft. Harrison quickly became the number one weapon for the first overall pick in 1998, Peyton Manning.

  5. Dec 31, 2022 · Ohio State star receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. was knocked out of Saturday's CFP semifinal against Georgia, and coach Ryan Day said his loss "absolutely" impacted the game.

  6. Marvin Darnell Harrison Jr. (born August 11, 2002) is an American football wide receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes. After receiving limited playing time in 2021, Harrison would emerge as a star in 2022 being named a unanimous All-American and being named the Richter–Howard Receiver of the Year. He is the son of Pro Football Hall of Fame ...

  7. Jul 14, 2022 · A first-round pick out of Syracuse in 1996, Marvin Harrison became one of the best receivers the NFL has ever seen. Since retirement, the Colts legend has had his legacy honored while also watching his son, Ohio State receiver Marvin Harrison Jr., follow in his footsteps.

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