Matt Overton

#45LB,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 243
Born:
College: Western Washington
Birth Place: Tracy, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • 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

  • An ESPN Insider thinks Colts improved most this offseason
    Colts Wire

    An ESPN Insider thinks Colts improved most this offseason

    Ever since the Indianapolis Colts brought in Chris Ballard to replace Ryan Grigson, the narrative surrounding the team has been ultimately positive. As ESPN polled their NFL Insiders, one of them thinks they made the most improvements this offseason. Several pundits around the league have lauded the job that the Colts have done, both in free agency and in the 2017 NFL Draft. They’ve added plenty of young talent to the defense while bringing in competition at just about every position. NFL Insider Kevin Seifert feels the Colts have made the most improvement throughout this offseason. Here was his reasoning: New Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard did a great job filling holes with

  • Colts' Clayton Geathers: 'Everything will work out'
    Colts Wire

    Colts' Clayton Geathers: 'Everything will work out'

    When the news broke that Indianapolis Colts safety Clayton Geathers hasn’t been participating in the offseason training program because he’s rehabbing from neck surgery, it raised some concern surrounding the potential of the secondary. However, Geathers feels it will be just fine. Geathers fielded several questions in his press conference last Tuesday and he has faith that it will all work out in the end. It is unclear when the safety will return and while he knows it’s a serious injury, he’s optimistic about the process. “Yes, the neck is something serious. You don’t want to play around with the neck,” said Geathers to reporters. “But I believe in a higher power, and I just pray about it. Like