Godfrey Myles, Won Three Super Bowls With NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, Dead at 42

Godfrey Myles, who won three Super Bowl titles with the Dallas Cowboys in the early 1990s, died of a heart attack. He was 42.

Myles, a native of Miami, suffered a massive heart attack on June 8 and was taken off life support the following day, the team said on its website.

A linebacker who played his entire six-year National Football League career with the Cowboys, Myles won Super Bowl titles following the 1992, 1993 and 1995 seasons. He started 11 games with one interception and a forced fumble in 1995, and retired after the 1996 season, according to the website.

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