Pittsburgh Steelers: Who Will Replace Willie Colon?

June 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered a big blow to their offensive line Monday when Willie Colon was possibly lost for the 2010 season with an injury to his Achilles tendon.
Many people wondered before Colon was injured if the Steelers offensive line would be good enough for the Steelers to make the playoffs. Now things look even bleaker. So what will the Steelers do now that they have lost one of their key components?
Here is the list of potential replacements.
Logan Mankins, New England Patriots.
Logan Mankins is an amazing guard for the New England Patriots. He has been to numerous Pro Bowls and has demanded a trade from the Patriots.
Mankins would be a great addition to any offensive line, but a guard does not necessarily have the skill set to be able to move over to tackle. Not only that, Mankins is a restricted free agent, and if the Steelers were to trade for him, he is going to want to be paid as one of the top offensive linemen in the game.

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