One of the bigger off-season questions around the Colts has been how Gonzalez’s return will affect the receiving rotation. That has been treated by many as a problem, and if so, it’s an enviable one. First, it’s rare to get through an NFL season uninjured at any position, and Gonzalez’s return will give Indianapolis a player with experience and ability inside and outside. Mainly, what Gonzalez’s return gives the Colts is a player with first-round ability who can get open and run after the catch from any of the receiver positions.
The guess here is that Wayne will start on one side with Garcon on the other, and that Gonzalez will play extensively in the slot and some on the outside. If Gonzalez cuts into anyone’s time, it may be that of Collie, but given the differing strengths of each player – and given the Colts’ ability historically to get playmaking weapons on the field – they likely will be able to utilize the strengths of the four.
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