04/17/2014 6:06 PM -

JACKSONVILLE  – The Jacksonville Sharks announced Thursday that wide receiver Jeron Harvey has been activated from inactive reserve.

The 29-year-old Harvey (6’5”, 220) started each of the Sharks’ first two games of the season, totaling 19 receptions for 166 yards and four touchdowns. He led the Sharks in receptions in both games, racking up 88 yards and three touchdowns on 11 catches in Week 1 against Orlando.

Harvey is in his fifth season with the Sharks, one of two players to appear for the team in each of Jacksonville’s seasons as a franchise. A Second Team All-Arena selection in 2013, Harvey set a new franchise record with 146 receptions a year ago, totaling 1,593 yards and 35 touchdowns. For his career, Harvey is the Sharks’ all-time leader in every major receiving category. During his tenure in Jacksonville, Harvey has racked up 383 receptions for 4,170 yards and 108 touchdowns.

In another Thursday transaction, the Sharks announced that offensive lineman Tori Mobley has been placed on inactive reserve. The Jacksonville roster remains at the League maximum of 24 active players.

About the Jacksonville Sharks

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