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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