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Harrison receives his due

Veteran gives mates someone to look up to

By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / November 8, 2005

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This had been Peyton Manning's streak. It had been Tony Dungy's. But, in the same way, it had been Marvin Harrison's, as well. Manning and Harrison, the most prolific touchdown duo in NFL history, had connected for 87 scoring strikes in eight years together before last night's game. Never, though, had they connected on a win in Foxborough. (Full article: 603 words)

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