- Selected by the Colts in the fourth round (109th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft.
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Colts Daily Update - Week Two Training Camp Report
Colts media reporter Caroline Cann and Colts.com writer Andrew Walker look back at the storylines surrounding the blue and white during week two of training camp including the progress of Andrew Luck, the defense ecoming deeper at the safety position with two players returning from the PUP list and the sudden retirement of offensive lineman Jack Mewhort.
Colts Safety Clayton Geathers: "It's Been A Long Journey. Taking It Day By Day."
Colts safety Clayton Geathers was also removed from the Physically Unable to Perfrom list on Thursday after a knee procedure during the off-season kept him sidelined for the start of Training Camp.
Malik Hooker: "We're Like Lightning and Thunder"
Safety Malik Hooker joins Matt Taylor in the Colts radio studio to discuss his relationship with teammates Clayton Geathers and Matthias Farley.
Players Arrive for Offseason Workouts
The Colts return to the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center to begin offseason workouts.
The Snap: 2017 Reviews - Safeties
Colts.com is taking a look back at the position story lines from 2017. Colts reporter Caroline Cann now takes a look at the Safeties.
Christmas Special: Colts Favorite Holiday Memories
We all have our favorite Christmas memories and the Colts players are no different. Hear from the Colts' locker room about their memories or favorite gift over the years.
Heart Behind the Horseshoe: Shop With A Colt
The Indianapolis Colts team up with Meijer and Hands of Hope to spend an evening shopping with local children in need as part of the annual "Shop With A Colt" event.
Colts Safety Clayton Geathers Expects To Be "Emotional" For 2017 Debut On Sunday Against Tennessee
Colts safety Clayton Geathers is expected to make his season debut against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday a year after a neck injury against the same team cost him most of the 2017 season. Geathers tells Colts 365 host Caroline Cann Sunday's return will be emotional for him after the long road to recovery.
Heart Behind the Horseshoe: Thanksgiving Meals Distribution
Indianapolis Colts players distribute Thanksgiving meals alongside other volunteers at two area community centers.
The Snap: Clayton Geathers Returns
Indianapolis Colts reporter Caroline Cann shares how Clayton Geathers' return could impact the team and we hear from defensive backs coach Greg Williams.
Heart Behind the Horseshoe: Veteran's Center Visit
The Indianapolis Colts visit the Roudebush Veteran's Center to spend time with veterans who are patients there as part of the team's Salute to Service.
The Snap: Good and Geathers Return
Denzelle Good and Clayton Geathers return to the practice field this week. Colts reporter Caroline Cann gives you the latest update and more injury news.
The Clayton Geathers Effect
Colts UpClose analyst Jim Sorgi and Colts.com senior writer Kevin Bowen break down how the free safety's absence will affect defensive productivity.
Geathers On Neck Injury: "Confident, Positive."
Colts safety Clayton Geathers addresses the reasons he chose to have neck surgery during the off-season and stresses the importance of the rehab process as he looks for a return to the field when given the okay by doctors.
The Snap: Good News
Andrew Luck and Clayton Geathers are making progress in the concussion protocol and both said they feel great after participating in a "non-contact" practice. Colts Media Reporter Caroline Cann talks with them both and others in the locker room about their return.
Coach Pagano: Luck On Track To Play vs. Jets
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano shares with the media that quarterback Andrew Luck and safety Clayton Geathers are progressing through the concussion protocol and are on track to play against the New York Jets next Monday night if there are no setbacks.
The Snap: Short Week and Concussions
Concussion are never a good thing. Add to that the short week, and it only makes things more difficult. Especially when the concussions is keeping your starting quarterback and safety out. Colts Media Reporter Caroline Cann explains the possible "what ifs" and heads into the locker room to get players reactions.
Sounds of the Game: Clayton Geathers vs. Titans
Indianapolis Colts Safety Clayton Geathers was wired for sound for the week 11 win over the Tennessee Titans.
ATI Player Spotlight: Clayton Geathers
Safety Clayton Geathers joins Chris Hagan to discuss his role in the defense at multiple positions in this week's ATI Physical Therapy Player Spotlight.
The Snap: Indy Identity
The Colts are officially in their bye week. Caroline Cann talks with Jordan Todman, Joe Haeg, David Parry, and Clayton Geathers about momentum and much needed rest.
Coach Pagano On Geathers and Butler Versatility
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano talks to reporters about how versatile safety Clayton Geathers and cornerback Darius Butler can be on the defensive side of the ball. Geathers played closer to the line of scrimmage in the win against Green Bay, while Darius Butler filled in at safety for an injured Mike Adams.
Pagano On Recovering Players: They Still Get Reps
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is asked about how players like Donte Moncrief and Clayton Geathers are able to return to practice after injury and not miss a beat. Pagano credits the easy transition to the players still getting in the mental reps and being an active part of the locker room.
UpClose Extra: Safety Clayton Geathers Interview
Colts safety Clayton Geathers stopped by the UpClose studio to talk about being a role model for kids back in his home state of South Carolina and overcoming a foot injury before training camp.
Colts Thursday Report: Resting And Getting Healthy
The Colts hit the practice field Thursday afternoon after resting some of the veterans on Wednesday including quarterback Andrew Luck. The defense looks to be on the mend with a number of defensive backs possibly returning to the lineup against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
Ted Monachino On Using 3 Safeties
Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Ted Monachino explains the benefit of having Mike Adams, T.J. Green and Clayton Geathers on the field at once. Green and Geathers have both missed time with injuries, but may be available against San Diego.