The Facts: Harrison, who rushed for 561 yards in the final three games of last season, has been participating in organized team activities this week despite not signing his one-year tender yet.
Diehards Line:Harrison was absent today, the one day of the week open to the media, but was here the first two days of the session. HC Eric Mangini said Harrison's absence today was unrelated to his contract situation. ... The Browns have added two other running backs to compete with Harrison this season. Peyton Hillis was acquired in the trade with Denver for Brady Quinn, and the Browns traded up to draft Tennessee's Montario Hardesty in the second-round. The Browns have said Harrison and Hardesty can provide a good one-two punch in the backfield, with Hardesty being more of the power back.