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.
Marvin Daniel Harrison Position: WR 6-0 , 185lb (183cm, 83kg) Born: August 25 in Philadelphia, PA (Age: 50-155d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info Hall of Fame 8x Pro Bowl 3x All-Pro 1x SB Champ HOF All-2000s Team 88 SUMMARY Career G 190 AV 160 Rec 1102 Yds 14580 Y/R 13.2 TD 128 FantPt 2228.8 Marvin Harrison Overview Game Logs Career Postseason
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.
Full Name: Marvin Daniel Harrison Birthdate: August, 25, 1972 Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania High School: Roman Catholic (Philadelphia, PA) Pro Career: 13 seasons, 190 games Drafted: 1st round (19th player overall) in 1996 by Indianapolis
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.
ATLANTA -- Ohio State star receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. was knocked out of Saturday's loss to Georgia in the College Football Playoff semifinals at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl with a concussion.
Harrison is the first truly bigger receiver Ohio State’s had since Binjimen Victor, who was good but never seemed to take that next step to elite. The smaller receiver has been supreme in Ryan...
Marvin Harrison became a world champion as the Colts defeated the Bears in Super Bowl XLI. (Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports) “Being inducted into the Hall of Fame is not something that happens overnight,” Harrison said at his enshrinement speech. “I’m very thankful and very grateful that this has happened.
• Marvin is in his second year with the program and has three seasons of eligibility • He is an OSU Scholar-Athlete who is majoring in finance • Lettered in 2021 as a true freshman after playing in all 13 games, including a start in the Rose Bowl vs. Utah • Caught 11 passes on the season for 139 yards and three touchdowns
But for many observers — including NFL scouts in casual conversations — Ohio State receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. was the nation’s most impressive player. Harrison (6-foot-4, 218 pounds ...