Odd Man Out 

He's comfortable enough on the bench right now, but is Harold Ford Jr. still a player?

Although it seems to have gone largely unsuspected, even among many in the Tennessee press corps who followed the 2006 senatorial campaign of then U.S. Representative Harold Ford Jr., the onetime Memphis congressman has, almost from the beginning of his political…

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