Tight end John Mackey was one of eight Baltimore Colts Hall of Famers inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor in 2002. Mackey's career spanned 10 NFL seasons, including nine in Baltimore.
John Mackey played tight end for the Baltimore Colts from 1963-1971 and was a member of the championship team from Super Bowl V. During his time in Baltimore, Mackey revolutionized the tight end position and became one of Johnny Unitas' favorite passing targets. Mackey finished his career...
Former Colts player John Mackey arrives at the church before the service for John Unitas.
Lenny Moore, John Mackey and Art Donavan were inducted into the Ravens' Ring of Honor on Oct. 20, 2002.
John Mackey shows off his Super Bowl rings at his Cross Keys apartment with his wife, Sylvia.
John Mackey, Stan White and Lenny Moore attend a news conference announcing the dedication of Towson University's renovated stadium to former Colts quarterback John Unitas.
Former Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey poses with his wife, Sylvia, in their home in Cross Keys. He has died at 69.
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