Colts have tough choice on Harrison

Marvin Harrison's reluctance to take a pay cut could mark the end of his career in Indianapolis. Full Story
Debie of Anderson

San Francisco, CA

#1 Feb 23, 2009
I will hate to lose either one of them as they have become like family to many Colts fans. However, given a choice, I would rather keep Jeff Saturday. He is literally the center of the team. We all saw how we struggled to protect the quarterback, regardless of which one was playing, when Saturday was out injured. He is quite possibly my favorite player on the team. He does what he does without a lot of showiness. I think with the economy the way it is, these players would take that into consideration when making demands. I hope they remember the fans who pay hard-earned money to come and watch them play. We love them both and will miss them dearly, should they decide to move on! Which I hope they don't!!!

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