Former Colts Matt Overton shows Indy, Riley love during Jags-Colts game

Posted at 5:54 PM, Oct 22, 2017
and last updated 2017-10-23 05:39:06-04

INDIANAPOLIS -- He may not have been wearing a Colts jersey when he stepped onto the field at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday, but his heart was still in Indy.

Former Colts long snapper and current Jacksonville Jaguar Matt Overton wore pink cleats showing his support for Riley Children's Hospital and his love for Indianapolis as he went onto the field during Sunday's game. 

The bright pink cleats were decked out in Riley writing for pediatric cancer research and had "Thank You Indy" written in gold.

Overton was a staple on the Indianapolis Colts from 2012 until he was cut from the team back in May. He was also part of the team's "Fourth Down Army."

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The Colts lost to the Jaguars 27-0. It was the first time the team has been shutout during the regular season since 1993. 

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