Harrison Decision Looming For Colts
There has been speculation that the Indianapolis Colts will release wide receiver Marvin Harrison.
But team president Bill Polian said today that no decision has been made.
"I don't want to characterize discussions in any other way other than to we're having discussions," Polian said at a news conference at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. "We're working on two fronts. On one front, we are impacted by the salary cap for the first time in 11 years because of the new rules that come in this year, the last capped year. That is not something we planned for.
"As a result, that creates issues with any number of players. Marvin is one of them. Hopefully we can find a way to work through that, and we're trying to. I don't have any answers beyond that other than we're trying to work through it."
However, the Associated Press reported that Harrison probably would be unwilling to accept a pay cut from his salary of $9 million for next season, seemingly increasing the chances that he'll be released. He is to count $13.4 million against the salary cap next season.
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