American football long snapper Matthew Thomas Overton currently plays for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League.
Matthew Thomas Overton was an undrafted free agent in 2007 when the Seattle Seahawks opted to sign him. Plus, he played for the United Football League’s Florida Tuskers and Omaha Nighthawks.
Being chosen as one of the top 10 players in the United Football League in 2010 earned him the title of best long-snapper in the league (UFL).
Overton was chosen to participate in the Pro Bowl in 2013 while he was a member of the Indianapolis Colts. During his time as a starter for the Tracy High School football team, Overton made two important contributions.
As a junior at Diablo Valley College, he was chosen as captain of the team and MVP of the special teams. He played defensive end and long snapper for two years and was captain of the Western Washington University football team.
More than 40 tackles, 5 sacks, 7.5 tackles for loss, 1 interception, 1 forced fumble, and 7 pass breakups were among Overton’s final stats from the game.
Moreover, he was responsible for one turnover by forcing a fumble. Overton runs his own youth charity initiative called Pros 2 Youth in addition to owning and operating a small business with his old Nighthawks
Colleagues Maurice Clarett and Chad Lucas. Led by Pros is based out of Omaha, Nebraska, and runs a youth football program in addition to offering non-sports-related support to young people with athletic aspirations. Overton and his wife Breanna have devoted Christians.
Matt Overton’s Contract
The Dallas Cowboys and Matt Overton came to terms on a one-year contract worth a total of $1,120,000, with Overton receiving an annual salary of $1,120,000 on average.
There is currently no information available regarding his net worth.
Overton is scheduled to receive a base salary of $1,120,000 in 2022, while also being subject to a cap hit of $646,386.