According to one of our sources, Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison will have surgery on his elbow on Monday in Philadelphia to provide relief from an injury suffered during the 2005 season.
Harrison worked out with the team during their three-day mini-camp this weekend, but returned to Philadelphia on Sunday to get back in time for the procedure. He has already gone through an offseason surgery to repair a wrist injury that forced him to wear a protective cast for part of the 2005 season.
The Colts expect Harrison to be fully recuperated from the surgery in about a month, so while that will keep him from participating in the team's five weeks of voluntary workouts, he's expected to be fully healthy for training camp.
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