Indianapolis Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson did not practice for a third consecutive day due to a concussion and has been ruled out for Week 3.
Richardson scored a rushing touchdown on each of the Colts' first two drives in Sunday's win over Houston, but was ruled out in the second quarter due to a concussion. He is believed to have suffered the concussion on the second TD run when his head hit the turf. The rookie self-reported the symptoms, was yanked from the contest and hasn't been on the field since.
Minshew took over in Week 2 and helped guide the Colts to the victory.
Indy is in good hands with Minshew, having played under head coach Shane Steichen the past two seasons as a backup in Philadelphia with Steichen as offensive coordinator -- a heady QB who can avoid pressure and keep the offense on schedule. Minshew has the fifth-best TD-INT ratio in the NFL, with a minimum of 500 pass attempts, per NFL Research.
The Colts lose Richardson's dynamic ability but gain experience under center for Week 3 in Baltimore.