Marvin Harrison's agent says the Indianapolis Colts have agreed to release him in a salary cap move.
Harrison, who is second in NFL career receptions, turns 37 in
August and is coming off the least productive non-injury-plagued
season of his 13-year career. Cutting him could save the Colts
about $6 million on next season's salary cap.
Agent Tom Condon says the receiver expects the Colts to make the
announcement Tuesday or Wednesday.
The Associated Press left a telephone message seeking comment
with Colts spokesman Craig Kelley.