Robert Mathis

HOF 2016: Low-key Harrison let productivity speak volumes

Marvin Harrison often stood silently in the corner of the Indianapolis Colts' locker room. He didn't need to utter a word.

The numbers spoke for themselves, and he was content playing the quiet, productive guy in a league full of trash-talking, flamboyant receivers.

Harrison's low-key, old-school approach fit perfectly with Peyton Manning in Indy and led the wiry receiver down a Hall of Fame path that ends with Saturday night's induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio.

"There have been some very, very good receivers, but Marvin was special," Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri said of his former teammate. "He was one of a kind."

On the field, he was a...