INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Marvin Harrison's reluctance to take a pay cut could mark the end of his career in Indianapolis.

Colts president Bill Polian told reporters Sunday at the NFL's annual scouting combine that the team was trying to rework Harrison's deal to lower his salary cap number from approximately $13.4 million, the highest number of any receiver in the NFL.

But a person familiar with the negotiations, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team has not made an announcement, said last night that Harrison "probably would not be interested in" taking a pay cut.

If Harrison decides against a pay cut, the only other options for the Colts would be to keep Harrison and his cap number or to release him.

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