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WR Harrison Could Miss More Time

Colts team president, Bill Polian, announced that WR Marvin Harrison could miss the start of training camps this year. Last season, Harrison missed 11 games due to a left knee injury, but this isn’t the cause to why he might miss time in 2008. The hush-hush-on-injuries-Colts and Polian said that Harrison is currently recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. If true, then Harrison, 36, should be back in time for the 2008 Regular Season, and most likely training camp. If false, then Colts fans should be questioning the truth behind Harrison’s recovery. The Colts are beginning training camps in July, and Harrison’s, like anyone’s, arthroscopic knee surgery should take about a month, not four months to heal. Is there a possibility Harrison had microscopic knee surgery which takes at least four months to heal?


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One Response to “WR Harrison Could Miss More Time”

  1. Mitchell says:

    As long as he’s healthy for the regular season.

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