Friday, December 28, 2007

Bob Sanders signs LT deal, Marvin Harrison to play Sunday

The Indianapolis Colts today, according to sources have signed safety Bob Sanders to a long term deal making him the highest paid safety in the NFL. Sanders who is anchoring the Colts defense this year, is a man on a mission when he is out there on the field, easily making his worth, worthwhile.

Sanders is also a crowd favorite of the Colts and is one of the hardest hitters on the field. Locking him up gives the Colts secondary a man who can anchor them for the next 5 years.

Also missing since October, wide receiver Marvin Harrison will play this Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Harrison likely won't play very long, but will be used to get timing back for the playoffs. They'll need him more then, rather than against the Titans.

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