MYRON GUYTON

Born August 26, 1967. Myron played professionally as a defensive back in the National Football League (NFL) for the New York Giants (1989–1993) and the New England Patriots (1994–1995). He was a member of the Giants team that won Super Bowl XXV. He participated in 7 playoff games. Before his NFL career, he played college football at Eastern Kentucky University and was selected by the Giants in the eighth round of the 1989 NFL Draft. Guyton is a member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity, Iota Delta chapter of Eastern Kentucky University. He was inducted into the EKU Hall of Fame in 2007. One of only two rookies to start for Bill Parcells (Lawrence Taylor being the other), Guyton led the NFL’s second-ranked defense in tackles during his rookie campaign. In his second year with the organization, Guyton was an instrumental part of the Super Bowl championship. After five years with the Giants, Myron completed his career by playing two seasons with the New England Patriots. In 98 professional football games, Guyton made 10 interceptions.

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