Player Notes and Quotes: Oct. 14

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WR Marvin Harrison

Harrison caught two touchdown passes from 67 and five yards out in the first half. The catches were his 125th and 126th career TDs, moving him past former Bears RB Walter Payton for 10th in NFL history. His second touchdown catch, a five-yarder, allowed him to pass Payton and tie former NFL great Jim Brown for ninth place on the league's all-time touchdown list with 126.

Harrison's 126 career touchdown catches ties him with New England Patriots WR Randy Moss for the fourth most in NFL history. He also recorded his 29th career multiple-touchdown game, tying Cris Carter for third most in league history (43, Jerry Rice; 30, Terrell Owens). Harrison has now caught 110 touchdown passes from Peyton Manning. The 67-yard touchdown catch was his longest since a 68-yarder at Tennessee on Dec. 3, 2006.

QB Peyton Manning

has now won 108 games in his career, passing Terry Bradshaw for seventh place on the all-time quarterback win list. Manning registered his 49th career game with three or more touchdown passes.

Manning had two surgeries on his left knee, the team acknowledged Monday. Manning had an infected bursa sac removed in mid-July and missed all of training camp. At some point before returning in late August, he had a second surgery. Manning has said he continues to rehabilitate the knee, although he did throw for 271 yards and three touchdowns Sunday.

WR Reggie Wayne

Wayne had a 22-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter, marking the 51st touchdown catch of his career. It was also the 50th career TD catch from Peyton Manning, allowing Wayne to join WR Marvin Harrison in hauling in 50 career TD passes from Manning.

His 51 scoring catches ranks him third most in franchise history. Wayne's 118 receiving yards against the Ravens was his 23rd career game with 100 or more yards receiving.

RB Dominic Rhodes

Rhodes' 38-yard run from scrimmage in the second quarter was the longest run from scrimmage for a Colts running back since Joseph Addai's 41-yarder in 2006. It was Rhodes' longest run from scrimmage since he had a 55-yarder in 2004.

DE Robert Mathis

Mathis recorded his 10th career multiple-sack game and his second career three-sack game. He now has five this season and 47 in his career. Mathis also has three forced fumbles this year and 28 in his career.

His 28 forced fumbles tie him for third most in the NFL since 2002 (Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney, 33; Washington defensive end Jason Taylor, 30; St. Louis Rams defensive end Leonard Little, 28).

RB Joseph Addai

RB Joseph Addai (hamstring) tweaked his right hamstring in the first quarter of the Baltimore game. He did not return to the game after incurring the injury. While he did not initially appear to be seriously hurt, the ailment might keep him sidelined for this week's game at Green Bay.

RB Mike Hart

Hart suffered an injured right knee with 10:18 remaining in the second quarter. He did not return. Although there has been no official determination on the seriousness of the injury, Colts coach Tony Dungy said that Hart was scheduled to undergo an MRI. Dungy added that the damage to the knee "could be significant."

Hart was in for two plays against Baltimore, picking up a first down with a two-yard run in the first quarter and adding an 18-yard catch on the play in which he was injured.

RB Chad Simpson

Dawson, who is currently on the Colts' practice squad, might be tabbed to replace RB Mike Hart on the active roster. Simpson was signed by Indianapolis as an undrafted free agent last spring. He spent training camp and preseason with the team.

CB Kelvin Hayden

Hayden (knee) missed the Baltimore game and could be sidelined for this week's trip to Green Bay. Hayden was hurt in the Colts' win at Houston two weeks ago.

OG Ryan Lilja

Lilja (knee) is expected to begin practicing after spending the first six weeks of the season on the Colts' physically unable to perform list. Lilja underwent knee surgery in the offseason.

LB Tyjuan Hagler

Hagler (pectoral muscle) will begin practicing again Wednesday after sitting out the first six weeks of the season on the Colts' physically unable to perform list. Hagler was hurt lifting weights prior to the start of training camp. Indianapolis will have three weeks to determine whether Hagler is ready to be activated to the roster.

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