TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Marvin Harrison gained nearly 15,000 yards receiving in 13 years with the Indianapolis Colts.
The top three candidates to replace him have five catches for 32 yards in the NFL.
The Colts released Harrison during the offseason, leaving Roy Hall, Pierre Garcon and rookie Austin Collie the front-runners to fill his void. With Reggie Wayne having moved into the No. 1 role and Anthony Gonzalez into Harrison's old position, the competition to be No. 3 will carry into tonight's preseason opener against Minnesota.
Garcon, a second-year player from Division III Mount Union, had four catches for 23 yards last season. Collie, a fourth-round draft pick, made 106 catches for 1,538 yards and 15 TDs as a junior at BYU.