In turn, Harrison wants out of Indy.
Paging Jerry Angelo.
In search of a pass catching top-notch wide out? Look no further (or is it farther?) than No. 88.
Fears of Harrison being over-the-hill should be silenced by one simple fact: he catches the ball.
Even if he is starting the steady decline toward mediocrity, he is still a better receiver than anyone currently on the Chicago Bears roster. Even though he battled injuries last season, Harrison was still able to catch 60 balls for for 636 yards and five touchdowns.
That's nine more catches than Devin Hester made last season. Granted The Windy City Flyer has him beat in receiving yards (665), but he's still learning the position. At least that's what the Bears brass tells us during weekly press conferences.
So I'm thinking there is no better player to learn from than one of the best the game has ever seen. You know, a guy that has averaged a little more than 89 catches per year in his previous four healthy years.
Or they could go grab a guy like Mike Furrey, who fits in well as the team's fifth No. 3 receiver.
The ball is in your court, Jerry.