Colts center Deyshawn Bond leaves game on cart with quadriceps injury

SEATTLE -- Indianapolis Colts starting center Deyshawn Bond, who was carted off to the locker room during Sunday's 46-18 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, was diagnosed with a torn quadriceps muscle, a source told ESPN.

Bond, an undrafted rookie out of Cincinnati, suffered the injury on the second play of the game. He immediately signaled for help as he remained on the ground.

Bond had to be taken off the field on a cart and was replaced by Adam Redmond at center.

Ryan Kelly, the team's normal starter, has been out since the preseason because of a foot injury.