Seth Joyner

Seth Joyner grew up in Spring Valley NY (20 mins outside of Manhattan) he is the middle child (Older Brother and Younger Sister). Played Youth Football and Baseball, and High School Football and Basketball. Excelled in Football but was not heavily recruited.

Walked on at the University of Texas at El Paso and became a starter midway through his freshman year. (played at UTEP 1982-1985)

Drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 8th Round. 208th Player Selected (Today there are only 7 rounds).

Released on the final Cut down, then resigned in week 3. Became a permanent starter week 9.

Played 8 seasons with the Eagles ( 1986-1993) Selected to the Pro Bowl 1992 and 1993

Signed with the AZ cardinals as a Free Agent in 1994 ( played in AZ for 3 seasons, Pro Bowl 1994)

Signed with Green Bay Packers for one season and lost Super bowl 32 with the packers.

Traded to the Denver Broncos and won Super Bowl XXXIII in 1998 and retired that same year.

Retired after Super Bowl XXXIII

A University of Texas at El Paso Hall of Fame Inductee

A Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame Inductee

Philadelphia Eagles 75th Anniversary Team

Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame