Former Colts Great Jim Harbaugh Meets Up With Frank Gore

Intro: Each week, Colts.com will compile the best Tweets/Instagrams from players throughout the week. Here’s a look at this week’s posts.

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INDIANAPOLIS – It's the offseason, so Colts.com takes a look at some tweets from Colts players to get an idea of what they are up to during their down time.

Former 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh bumped into Frank Gore earlier this week. One could assume Harbaugh was down in Florida wrapping up his first official recruiting class as the head man at the University of Michigan. Harbaugh coached Gore in San Francisco from 2011-2014 and clearly thinks pretty highly of the 32-year-old running back.

Later today on Colts.com, we will take a look at what the three Pro Bowlers (Vontae Davis, Mike Adams and T.Y. Hilton) are up to in Hawaii. Davis is definitely one of the building blocks for new coordinator Ted Monachino this season. Of potential returning starters on defense next year for the Colts, Davis is the lone player, who wasn't a rookie last year, still under the age of 30.

One thing that has been enjoyable about watching the playoffs has been looking at Colts players tweeting during games. Khaled Holmes offered some great insight here. With the Colts having played Carolina (and the NFC South in 2015) along with Denver (multiple times in past year), the Colts have a lot of intel about how these two teams operate.

If you look at Matt Overton's social media, he frequents the community quite a bit. This offseason for Overton has been about the fourth-year long snapper spending ample time with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The offseason for players allows the exploration of what life after football could potentially hold. Law enforcement appears to be an avenue Overton is definitely thinking about.

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