Tennessee Titan, Now A Neurosurgeon, Battling Covid-19 On the Frontlines


Tennessee Titans 2011 Headshots

Tennessee Titans 2011 Headshots

He was a defensive back for the Titans here in Nashville for 2 seasons after being drafted in 2010. Now he's a freakin boss battling the Coronavirus in one of the hot zones of the US at Massachusetts General.

Myron Rolle was in the backfield for the Titans after playing ball at Florida State. He was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship and studied at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University for the 2009–10 academic year in order to earn an MSc in Medical Anthropology. He was once named the 2nd smartest person in sports (behind baseball player Craig Breslow).

After his NFL career, he enrolled at Florida State University College of Medicine and graduated in May 2017. Rolle did a neurosurgery residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Now he's one of our nation's hero during the pandemic.

If his last name sounds familiar to Titans fans, it's because he's the cousin of fellow corner and Titans superstar Samari Rolle.