7. Tony Siragusa
The mammoth defensive tackle gave the Ravens instant personality upon his arrival in 1997 and was always the life of the locker room in addition to being popular with fans who affectionately called him “Goose.”
Never afraid to speak his mind, Siragusa once suggested that Ravens fans follow Pittsburgh fans into the restrooms at the stadium to rough them up, but it was his blue-collar attitude and sense of humor that make him popular in Baltimore more than a decade after his retirement.
Siragusa went on to star in commercials and play a part in the HBO hit series The Sopranos while also building a successful career as a broadcaster, but his larger-than-life personality reminded older fans of the great Art Donovan and provided another link between the Ravens and the old Colts.
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