WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts want rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson to play this season. They won't rush him onto the field, though. One day after Richardson agreed to a four-year contract worth $34 million, he arrived at his first NFL training camp with big expectations — and a team initially content to play the waiting game. General manager Chris Ballard says new coach Shane Steichen and his staff will make the decision when Richardson is ready. Running back Jonathan Taylor also reported on time despite his complaints with contract negotiations and how he believes the league values the position.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts say they are aware the NFL has opened a gambling investigation into one of the team's players. A team spokesman also says the team will have no additional comment. The player has not been publicly identified. The confirmation comes after reports first leaked Monday and less than two months after the NFL suspended five players — including four from the Detroit Lions — for gambling policy violations. The Colts are holding workouts this week at the team facility