Colts QB Anthony Richardson takes next step in concussion protocol by returning to practice

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson is expected returned to practice Wednesday, taking the next step to clear the concussion protocol.

Coach Shane Steichen said Richardson would take all of the normal snaps with the starting unit, but he couldn’t say yet whether Richardson would start Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams because Richardson still must be cleared to play.

Richardson started the Colts first two games but finished neither because of injuries.

In Week 2 at Houston, he ran for two touchdowns but left shortly after the second when the back of his head hit the turf. Gardner Minshew started last week’s 22-19 overtime victory at Baltimore.



Michael Marot, The Associated Press