INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Indianapolis Colts Pro Bowl receiver Marvin Harrison left Sunday's game midway through the second quarter after apparently injuring his left knee.
Harrison was hurt when two players ran into him while Harrison was blocking for Joesph Addai late in the first quarter. Harrison limped off the field, missed one play, then caught his first pass of the game. He remained on the field for the final four plays of Indy's first touchdown drive.
But after coming off the field and consulting with team doctors, Harrison went to the locker room. The team gave no immediate update on his condition.
Harrison is the Colts' career leader in receptions, yards receiving and touchdown catches, ranks fourth on the NFL's career reception list (1,039) and has been to eight consecutive Pro Bowls.

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