Should The Indianapolis Colts Acquire WR Braylon Edwards?

Bleacher ReportSenior Analyst IMay 19, 2009

The Colts will be without two stars in Marvin Harrison, Coach Tony Dungy and several other coaches for the first time since 2002.

I have made my opinions about Tom Brady quite clear, while I maintain that Peyton Manning is the class act of the NFL.

I wonder whether the Colts need another receiver in the mix, or if Anthony Gonzalez will rise to the level of a go-to receiver. Perhaps the Colts should consider an addition by trade of Braylon Edwards for the price of a lineman like Charlie Johnson or a 2010 draft pick.

I still remember the days when the Colts struggled to find a number two receiver to compliment Marvin Harrison (are you out there Jerome Pathon?).

Since the Colts can dominate when their offense fires on all cylinders, I think then it would be a wise move for Indy to acquire Edwards in order to maintain a trio of talented receivers with Gonzalez and Reggie Wayne.