Robert Mathis

#98LB,
Solo
15
Sack
5.0
Int
0
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 245
Born:
College: Alabama A&M
Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia
Draft: 2003 5th round (3rd pick) by the
  • 5 takeaways from Colts first week of OTAs
    Colts Wire

    5 takeaways from Colts first week of OTAs

    The Indianapolis Colts are enjoying a long four-day Memorial Day weekend but have finished the first week of organized team activities (OTAs). It is still very early in the spring but there are some takeaways from the first few sessions. Live contact is still not allowed so the Colts are running around in shorts and jerseys, which can make it difficult to gauge how a player actually looks at this point in the offseason. However, here are five takeaways from the first week of OTAs.Next

  • No. 4 brings back memories of Jim Harbaugh for IndyCar driver Conor Daly
    Detroit Free Press

    No. 4 brings back memories of Jim Harbaugh for IndyCar driver Conor Daly

    INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Doug Boles nearly was moved to tears when he heard the news. Beth Boles, Doug’s wife, still smiles about her son driving the No. 4 ABC Supply Co. Chevrolet for A.J. Foyt Enterprises. For several reasons, the No. 4 was a befitting marker for Conor Daly’s new full-time ride in the Verizon IndyCar Series this season, and it’s meaning resonates most this week. Daly will start 26th today when he makes his fourth appearance in the Indianapolis 500, an iconic race that helped make an icon out of his team owner. Daly, from nearby Noblesville, Ind., assumed he’d drive No. 41 when he reunited this year with Foyt, but the four-time Indy 500 winner chose

  • Chargers' Joey Bosa was on pace to best Reggie White, Dwight Freeney as rookie
    Chargers Wire

    Chargers' Joey Bosa was on pace to best Reggie White, Dwight Freeney as rookie

    Los Angeles Chargers second year defensive end Joey Bosa earned his fair share of accolades as a rookie even taking home the defensive rookie of the year award in 2016, however, most casual NFL fans still have little clue just how great Bosa during his first season. Bosa amassed 10.5 sacks in 12 games played for a sack-per-game rate of .875 When one expands that rate across a full 16 game season, Bosa would have tallied 14 sacks had injury not kept him off of the field for one-quarter of the season. For context, former Tennessee Titans defensive end Jevon “The Freak” Kearse holds the rookie all-time sack record with just 14.5, followed by former San Francisco 49ers rookie Aldon Smith’s 14. From