Professional Football Player. He played the defensive tackle position for both the National Football League's Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens from 1990 to 2001. He played football collegiately at the University of Pittsburgh and was a starter during his sophomore and junior years, but an injury before his senior season caused him to miss the 1988 season. He went undrafted in the 1990 NFL draft and was signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent. He went on to play for the Colts for the next seven seasons before signing with the Baltimore Ravens in 1997. His tenure with the Ravens lasted for the next five years before he retired after the 2001 season. During his stay with the Ravens, he helped lead the team to their first Super Bowl victory in Super Bowl XXXV. During his career, he had 562 tackles, 22 sacks and 9 fumble recoveries. After retiring from football, he joined Fox Sports as a sideline reporter and NFL game analyst and worked there until 2015. He also was a part of several other television productions and co-owned a restaurant.
Bio by: Mr. Badger Hawkeye
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