Replacing Pro-Bowler Marvin Harrison was not going to be an easy challenge for the Indianapolis Colts this season, after they let the franchise's all-time leading receiver go during the offseason. They looked to third year receiver Anthony Gonzalez, the replacement to Marvin Harrison. But now the Colts must focus on finding a replacement for the replacement. Only a day after losing wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez in a game where the Colts defeated their AFC South foes, the Jacksonville Jaguars 14-12, team president Bill Polian said that Gonzalez sprained the ligaments in his right knee and the team is not sure how much time the third-year receiver will miss. The Colts have made it very clear they are making backup plans to replace Gonzalez and those plans do not include long- ...
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