DJ, usually, most Edwards points are small, thin, finely worked arrow point size (Birdie), with more narrow notches than caracara. Edwards points are well comparable in general size and workmanship to Sabinal, Rockwall, Scallorn, and Bonham. It's not impossible that it could be an Edwards, but it's mainly the size of the notches and width of each broken basal tang that fits caracara better, and the Edwards usually has better workmanship than this point. If this point was larger, the notching size would'nt be an issue. It's unfortunate that both basal tangs are damaged, as I think each could have extended outwards to match the same curve edges. Your point looks like it might have been resharpened from a larger or longer original size also. These are my observations.