Niners coach Harbaugh was first Colts hero in Indy

Before Marvin Harrison, before Peyton Manning, before Edgerrin James, before Reggie Wayne, there was Jim Harbaugh.

Remember him? An unlikely hero in virtually every way, he was, in a truly remarkable way, the Indianapolis Colts’ first hero.

A gifted passer, he was not. A regular starter, not always. A perennial Pro Bowler, hardly. A franchise fixture, not exactly.

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