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Jalen Myrick '19 has earned his third Super Bowl ring, repping the Blue Streaks in Super Bowl LVIII as a College/Pro Scout for the Kansas City Chiefs.


The Chiefs solidified their position as an NFL dynasty with a 25 - 22 overtime victory against the San Francisco 49ers in the big game.


In just his fifth year working in the NFL, Myrick's success with the Chiefs has taken him to four Super Bowls. The Chiefs, along with Myrick, have been crowned champs in three of those games. 


The Super Bowl connection to John Carroll alums and former coaches continues to grow. This was the eighth consecutive year with at least one Blue Streak represented in the Super Bowl and the sixth straight year where at least one Blue Streak took home a Super Bowl title.


Myrick is now tied for third place for Blue Streaks with Super Bowl wins. 


Don Shula - 2

Jalen Myrick - 3

Jerry Schuplinski - 3

David Ziegler - 3

Nick Caserio - 5

Josh McDaniels -5


Myrick, a former John Carroll linebacker, thrives as part of the developing dynasty in Kansas City. During the offseason, Myrick helped to identify Charles Omenihu and Jawaan Taylor as possible fits for the Chiefs in free agency. Omenihu has tallied 28 tackles, 7 sacks, 5 tackles for loss, and 11 quarterback hits at defensive end. Taylor has been dependable at the right tackle spot for KC, playing in 1,076 snaps this season. 



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