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Topic - Chandler Harnish
The Indianapolis Colts got the message, loud and clear. The team owner expects a sharper performance and a better effort Sunday night against the New York Giants.
The Indianapolis Colts quarterbacks were a bit late for their visit to Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Blame Matt Hasselbeck.
Less than 24 hours after being released by the Tennessee Titans, the 37-year-old quarterback signed with division rival Indianapolis. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.
Mr. Irrelevant suddenly has a whole new meaning for Chandler Harnish.
"It looks like I have a little vacation and they tell me I have a parade," he added. "I don't know much else about what happens, but I'm excited to find out."
"I was right there at the end, still hoping for the best and preparing for the worst," he said.