Donte Deayon has traveled the world in his quest to continue to play professional football at the highest level. The former Boise State Cornerback is now a Super Bowl Champion thanks to his talent, perseverance, and playing for the Los Angeles Rams. Deayon and the Rams completed their destiny by beating the hard-charging Cinncinatti Bengals in the Super Bowl.

Donte Deayon Wins the Super Bowl

A look at the college and pro career of Super Bowl Champion Los Angels Ram Donte Deayon.

Deayon played cornerback for Boise State from 2012-to 2015. He played the last five games of the 2012 season, finally getting into the starting lineup against the Nevada Wolfpack. He ended his career at Boise State with ten interceptions and returned punts for the Broncos. The former bronco always seemed to be at the right place at the right time to make that game-changing interception. He was honored by making the second team Mountain West three times while playing in Boise.  You can read about Donte Deayon's entire Bronco career here. 


The 5'9 cornerback left the Broncos to pursue his dream to play in the NFL by signing with the New York Giants as a free agent in 2016. He spent two years in New York shuffling between the practice squad and the regular team roster. The team released him in 2018 when the Los Angeles Rams picked him up. Deayon has spent his time in Los Angeles, moving from the practice squad to the active roster.

He is now a Super Bowl Champion after the Rams came back to beat the Bengals. The twenty-eight-year-old is now a free agent who can sign with any team in the NFL. He has 20 solo tackles this year while playing for the Rams.  You can see how he prepares for a game here.    

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