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INDIANAPOLIS — Rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson will miss at least four weeks after the Indianapolis Colts put him on the injured reserve list Wednesday.

The former Florida star injured the AC joint in his right shoulder when he hit the ground awkwardly at the end of a 4-yard run during Sunday’s win over Tennessee.

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Five-year veteran Gardner Minshew will replace Richardson as the starter. Minshew has played in four games this season, relieving the injured Richardson three times. He’s led the Colts (3-2) to wins in two of those relief appearances and his only start, an overtime game at Baltimore.

Colts coach Shane Steichen did not set a timetable for Richardson’s return. He also would not say if Richardson is expected to return this season.

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The 6-foot-4, 244-pound Richardson was the fourth overall selection in April’s NFL draft. He has started four games this year but has only finished one.

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Sam Ehlinger was the only other quarterback on Indy’s roster until Wednesday when they signed Kellen Mond to the practice squad.

Patriots to keep Jones as starter

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Patriots are making some big changes to try to improve their offense.

For now, a change at quarterback won’t be one of them.

New England coach Bill Belichick said Wednesday that Mac Jones will remain the starter when the Patriots visit the Las Vegas Raiders.

“Yeah, we’re not making any changes,” Belichick said.

Jones is having his worst season since being drafted 15th overall in 2021. He completed just 12 of 22 passes for 110 yards and two interceptions in New England’s 34-0 loss to New Orleans last week. It computed to a 30.5 passer rating, the second-worst mark of his career.

He has had six turnovers over the past two weeks, one of the biggest impediments for an offense that has managed just three points during that stretch. The Patriots (1-4) haven’t scored a touchdown in 10 quarters of play.

Watson uncertain for Sunday

BEREA, Ohio — Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson is not practicing again as he continues to be slowed by an injured right shoulder, leaving his status for Sunday’s game against unbeaten San Francisco in question.

Watson, who sat out Cleveland’s game on Oct. 1, is dealing with a bruised rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder.

He had been expected to return this week following the team’s bye, but has been kept out of two practices.

Watson did not do his normal Wednesday availability with reporters before practice. He was briefly in the locker room before grabbing a couple of items and leaving.

The Browns have repeatedly said Watson’s shoulder is structurally sound.

Watson got hurt on a running play in a Sept. 24 win over Tennessee. The team expected him to play the next week against the Ravens, but he couldn’t throw more than a few yards and was ruled out just before kickoff.

Dolphins put Achane on IR

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — The Miami Dolphins are placing rookie running back De’Von Achane on injured reserve on Wednesday after he suffered a knee injury against the New York Giants.

Coach Mike McDaniel did not confirm whether Achane’s injury will require surgery, nor did he provide many details on the extent of the injury. He said it is not a “grave” injury, and he expects Achane to return this season. The injury happened late in a 31-16 win over the Giants on Sunday.

“It wasn’t a black-and-white decision where it was obvious, but it was something that Chris (GM Chris Grier) and I knew was the best thing for the team, which always coincides with what’s best for that particular athlete,” McDaniel said.

Achane will miss Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, as well as matchups against Philadelphia, New England and Kansas City. The Dolphins have a bye in Week 10, so he will be eligible to return in Week 11 against the Raiders.

Miami’s running back room will get a boost soon with the return of Jeff Wilson Jr, whom the Dolphins designated to return from injured reserve after he missed the first five weeks with various injuries. His 21-day window to return opened Wednesday, and he will practice.

Giants’ Jones held out of practice

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones was held out of practice on Wednesday because of a sore neck and his status for this weekend’s game against the Buffalo Bills is uncertain.

Jones hurt his neck on Sunday when was hit on a blind-side sack by Dolphins edge rusher Andrew Van Ginkel in the fourth quarter and had to leave the game.

Coach Brian Daboll was optimistic on Monday that Jones would be able to play on Sunday, but that hope waned when Jones was too sore to work out Wednesday.

“He’s a little bit sore today,” Daboll said, adding Jones would be considered day to day for the Giants (1-4), who have lost three straight.

Colts’ Minshew returning to Jacksonville

INDIANAPOLIS — Gardner Minshew has fond memories of his time in Jacksonville. Back then, in 2019, he was all the rage with the fast start and the trendy mustache that spurred “Minshew Mania.”

On Sunday, he’ll return to the place it all started for the first time since he was traded to Philadelphia in 2021. And for the second time this season, he’ll be starting in place of injured rookie Anthony Richardson.

Minshew harbors no ill will toward the Jaguars. But in this matchup of AFC South co-leaders, Minshew is eager to keep the Colts atop the division.

BILLS: Buffalo placed linebacker Matt Milano and nose tackle DaQuan Jones on injured reserve and signed linebacker A.J. Klein to their roster. The moves continue the process of reinforcing the Bills’ injury-depleted defense. Milano hurt his lower right leg and Jones tore his pectoral muscle in a 25-20 loss to Jacksonville last weekend. Both require surgery and are out indefinitely.

PANTHERS: Carolina has begun the process of simplifying its  offense for rookie quarterback Bryce Young. The coaching staff is honing in on the plays Young feels most comfortable with while also streamlining the play-calling process. The No. 1 draft pick is off to a rough start with the Panthers, who are the NFL’s only winless team entering Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins.

LIONS: Detroit linebacker Alex Anzalone’s parents are among about 50 people affiliated with a Naples, Florida-based church that is praying for their safe return from Israel this week. Israel has vowed an unprecedented offensive against Hamas after the Islamic militant group’s fighters broke through the border fence Saturday and stormed into the country’s south. The war between Israel and Hamas has claimed at least 2,200 lives and raged for a fifth day.

RAVENS: Jadeveon Clowney missed practice with an illness, but Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said he’s confident the edge rusher will be ready to play Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Odafe Oweh (ankle) was also absent. Safety Geno Stone worked out individually near the practice field.

FALCONS: Newly acquired wide receiver Van Jefferson reported Wednesday as the Atlanta Falcons prepared for Sunday’s home game against the Washington Commanders. The addition of Jefferson, who came to Atlanta in a trade with the Los Angeles Rams, gives quarterback Desmond Ridder another option. 

COURT: Former NFL player Sergio Brown was arrested in Southern California in connection with the death of his mother, authorities said, as he tried to reenter the United States from Mexico just weeks after the 73-year-old woman was found slain behind her suburban Chicago home.