Of all the quarterbacks on the hot seat heading into 2005, Joey Harrington is the one doing the most sweating.
Harrington finds his career at a crossroads. He has started 44 games, winning only 14. After three seasons, his completion percentage is substandard (56 percent) and his 6.23 yards per attempt is more than a yard-and-a-half below what is expected of a quarterback.
He heads into training camp surrounded by three first-round receivers -- Charles Rogers, Roy Williams and Mike ...
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