Former Dallas Cowboys Godfrey Myles Dies at 42
By Randy Maltz – Founder/Editor at Silver and Blue Report & Hook’em Report
Former Dallas Cowboys and Florida Gators linebacker Godfrey Myles has died at age 42, the University of Florida confirmed on Twitter Friday.
The Dallas Cowboys won three Super Bowls during that time, and Myles got the most playing time in 1995 when he started 11 games.
A letterman for the Gators from 1988-1990, Myles was a team captain and first-team All-SEC pick as a senior in 1990. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys played six seasons with the team.
The Twitter account of Brady Ackerman, the President/Co-Owner Florida Sports Radio, had the following: “Gator prayers for my UF teammate Godfrey Myles and his family. He has suffered a massive heart attack.”