If Indy can't keep the Edge (see below) and is looking to draft a running back in the first round, wouldn't you offer up the #18 pick for the Colts' #30 and #62? (those two are equal on the draft pick value chart to the 18th pick) Report: James says his days with Colts are over ESPN.com news services Colts running back Edgerrin James told the Indianapolis Star he believes his playing days in Indianapolis are over. Edgerrin JamesRunning Back Indianapolis Colts Profile2005 SEASON STATISTICSRushYdsTDRecYdsTD360150613443371 "I don't see nothing happening,'' James told the newspaper Thursday night. "You can read between the lines and from the things I'm hearing, nothing's going to happen. "And that's crazy, man. I'm part of the solution, I'm not part of the problem. Crazy, man." James is one of four Colts starters that could become unrestricted free agents this year, along with receiver Reggie Wayne, linebacker David Thornton and defensive lineman Raheem Brock. Colts general manager Bill Polian has said the team's offseason signing priorities are retaining Wayne and working out a contract extension for defensive end Dwight Freeney. If the Colts do lose James, they will have a difficult time replacing him with a player of equal all-around skills, and might have to invest a high-round draft choice in a tailback or perhaps sign a veteran free agent. The former of those two is more likely. The most accomplished reserve tailback on the roster is Dominic Rhodes, but he is hardly in the same class as James, and his talents aren't nearly as diverse.