Colts pleased with Philly DA stance on Harrison

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Jan 6, 2009.

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  1. NewsGrabber

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    <em>Posted by's Paul Kuharsky</em> <p>Authorities in Philadelphia said Tuesday they will not be moving forward with criminal charges against Colts receiver <a href="" shape="rect" target="_new">Marvin Harrison</a> stemming from an April 29, 2007 shooting.</p> <p>Here's the <a href="" shape="rect" target="_blank">news story</a>.</p> <p>The Colts sent out this statement from President Bill Polian just a bit ago:</p> <blockquote> <p>"We have received reports that the Philadelphia District Attorney has announced her office will not be bringing charges against Marvin Harrison with regard to an alleged shooting incident on April 29, 2008. We are pleased with this development and defer to her ability to weigh the actual evidence. It would not be appropriate for us to have further comment at this time."</p> </blockquote> <p>Harrison still faces a civil case.</p> <p>He just finished his 13th season with 60 catches for 636 yards and five touchdowns. His 10.6-yard average was the lowest of his career.</p> <p>Here's a blog entry <a href="/blogs/afcsouth/0-7-148/Minus-Harrison-vs--Jags--are-Colts-previewing--09-.html" shape="rect" target="_blank">from Dec. 18th</a> looking at the Colts' receivers situation and Harrison's contract details. It seems unlikley he's be back at his scheduled costs.</p>

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    :coltssuk: just like that philly DA
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