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Colts say QB Anthony Richardson is ‘full go’ from here on out

As training camp looks to ramp up in the coming weeks, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson will be on the field.

Richardson is dealing with lingering shoulder soreness, but that isn’t anticipated to hinder him once training camp gets underway.

“He’ll be full go,” general manager Chris Ballard said on “The GM Shuffle” podcast via ESPN. “He was full go all the way up until the last day of OTAs, and we had two heavy throwing sessions the two days before, and so we backed off a little on the last day.”


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Richardson underwent shoulder surgery after suffering an AC joint sprain in Week 5 of last season. Since then, the Colts have taken the precautionary route with the fourth overall pick of the 2023 draft.

The Florida product showed flashes of potential in his rookie campaign before the injury behind his dual-threat ability.

In four starts, he recorded 577 passing yards with three touchdowns to one interception and held a 59.5 percent completion rate. He also rushed for 136 yards with four touchdowns.


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Ballard’s comments underline that Richardson should be able to complete a full training camp before the 2024 season.

The Colts are hoping that the 22-year-old can leap forward in his development while leading the team toward the playoffs. The front office added young talent around him through the draft with Texas wide receiver Adonai Mitchell and Oregon State’s Anthony Gould while beefing up the offensive line with Pittsburgh offensive tackle Matt Goncalves and Wisconsin center Tanor Bortolini.

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