(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison returned to practice on Thursday and could be available for this Sunday night's game with Tennessee.
The eight-time pro bowler has missed the Colts' past nine games and ten of their last eleven contests. Harrison suffered a knee injury against Denver on September 30th.
Earlier in the week, Head Coach Tony Dungy said that he would like for Harrison to get some limited work against the Titans.
A Harrison appearance could lead to more snaps for quarterback Peyton Manning, who is expected to spend much of the game on the bench while backup Jim Sorgi gets some playing time.
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