Colts’ Anthony Richardson self reported concussion symptoms

Indianapolis Colts rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson exited Sunday’s win over the Houston Texans due to a concussion.

Richardson played four offensive drives during the first quarter before going into the locker room to be evaluated. During the second quarter, Richardson was ruled out for the remainder of the game.

Head coach Shane Steichen said after the game that Richardson self-reported the concussion symptoms.

This doesn’t really change much about the prognosis. He will still be monitored heavily throughout the week, and concussions vary from player to player in terms of recovery time.

Richardson still managed to make a major impact before he left. He was 6-of-10 passing for 56 yards while adding three carries for 35 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns.

We’ll see what happens throughout the week as the Colts prepare for the upcoming matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, but hopefully, this is a short-term injury.

Story originally appeared on Colts Wire