During Sunday's 14-12 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez suffered a strained knee ligament that should take him out of action anywhere from two to six weeks. Which means that someone has to now fill the void that will be left in the wake of Gonzalez's absence. The Colts could always allow Pierre Garcon or Austin Collie to take Gonzalez's position, or they could decide to go a different route. Unfortunately for the Colts, it is against team policy to sign anyone who wasn't drafted by the team. There have been very few exceptions to this rule so they might feel as though they are pushing the envelope enough with Adam Vinatieri as it is. Then there is Marvin Harrison. After being released by the Colts earlier this year, he has yet to find ...
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