This hype video of Anthony Richardson in his full uniform will get Colts fans excited

NFLPA Rookie Premiere Portrait Session
NFLPA Rookie Premiere Portrait Session / Michael Owens/GettyImages

Now that Anthony Richardson is officially a member of the Indianapolis Colts, he is apart of some cool content that will get fans excited.

The Indianapolis Colts finally have a quarterback. After drafting Anthony Richardson with the fourth-overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, the team has a young QB that it can develop and build around, and the fans have a quarterback that they can get excited about seeing under center for years to come.

With it only being May, it will be a while before Richardson suits up and officially goes under center for the Colts. However, since we do live in the world of content, fans have gotten to see Richardson in his full Indianapolis uniform well before the start of the 2023 season.

A lot of the NFL’s rookies recently attended the NFLPA Rookie Premiere, described as “the first major business and marketing event” where top rookies have the opportunity to meet the NFLPA’s partners. In addition to those important meetings, the rookies get to suit up in their uniforms, take pictures and shoot videos, creating fun content.

Recently, the NFLPA tweeted out a 15-second hype video of Richardson in his Colts uniform. Although it was only 15 seconds, it’s surely enough to get fans excited about the future.

Anthony Richardson continues to get Colts fans excited

There was never a doubt that Richardson would look the part. At 6-foot-4, 244 pounds, Richardson’s build was one of the things that got scouts excited throughout the pre-draft process. Now, he’s one step closer to getting on the field and getting fans excited with his electrifying play style.

The hope is that he can play as cool as he looks. It was reported that Richardson is further along in his development than everyone thought prior to the draft, but now that the team is in OTAs, things will start to get more challenging for the rookie QB. If he can handle everything thrown his way and continue to impress throughout the offseason, he will likely be starting for the Colts in Week 1.