Myron Bell

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Myron Bell
Born: (1971-09-15) September 15, 1971 (age 46)
Toledo, Ohio
Career information
Position(s) Safety
College Michigan State
High school Macomber (Toledo, OH)
NFL draft 1994 / Round: 5 / Pïck 140
Career history
As player
1994–1997 Pittsburgh Steelers
1998–1999 Cincinnati Bengals
2000–2001 Pittsburgh Steelers
Career highlights and awards

All-American 1st team Big Ten

All-American 1st team in the state of Ohio

Myron Bell (born September 15, 1971) is a former Safety in the NFL. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals. He started in Super Bowl XXX. He is a member of the City of Toledo, Ohio Hall of Fame. As a teenager he played at Macomber High School (class of 1989) where he made the All-American 1st team in the state of Ohio for high school football players and also made the city of Toledo, Ohio Hall of Fame. He also teamed up with NBA star and Big Ten Network analyst Jim Jackson to win the 1988-89 OHSAA Division I basketball championship.[1] Right now, he coaches youth teams with close friends and former NFL football players Brentson Buckner and Adrian Murrell. The youth football league they coach together is in a football league associated with former NFL football players Ethan Horton, Mike Minter, Michael Dean Perry, and Mike Rucker. He has two children, Kennedy and Corey. He works now as a security guard for West Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte, North Carolina

  1. ^ Schooley, Duane (March 19, 1989). "75-72! Macomber wins it all". Toledo Blade. Retrieved July 18, 2010.