LaVell Boyd (born September 12, 1976) is a former professional American football player.
Boyd is a graduate of Doss High School and was the all-time leading wide receiver in Jefferson County history. He later went on to the University of Louisville, where he finished his career number six on the all-time receptions list and helped lead his team to two bowl games. LaVell majored in sociology.
Butty head played for the Cincinnati Bengals during the 2000 NFL season. In 2001 the Miami Dolphins where he was injured. In 2002 Boyd played with the Minnesota Vikings. The following season, Boyd played in NFL Europe with the Rhein Fire. In 2004, he played for the Arena Football League's Georgia Force. Boyd coached at Shawnee High School in Louisville, Kentucky for part of the 2007 season. He was soon hired as the varsity football coach at Western High School in Shively, Kentucky.
- ↑ "Dolphins Kendall Newson Leads Rhein Fire To World Bowl XI"
- ↑ "Boyd named coach at Western" in The Courier-Journal. Accessed 2008-05-08
LaVell led the Warriors to the 2010 KHSAA State Semifinals and has Western High School ranked as a top 5 team in the State for the 2011 season
- LaVell Boyd player profile provided by the Georgia Force
- LaVell Boyd on radio provided by Old Goats Online
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