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Colts, Matt Overton Agree To Contract Extension

Intro: On Tuesday night, the Colts agreed to terms with long snapper Matt Overton on a contract extension.


INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts Pro Bowl trio of special teamers will be staying together in 2015.

Long snapper Matt Overton agreed to terms with the Colts on a contract extension Tuesday night. Overton was a restricted free agent in 2015.

This comes on the heels of kicker Adam Vinatieri and punter Pat McAfee signing new deals with the Colts last offseason.

In his three seasons with the Colts, Overton has played in all 48 games and been in on 22 special teams tackles.

Overton, who is extremely active in the community, was named a Pro Bowler after the 2013 season.

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