Pro Football Hall-of-Famer and Baltimore Colts’ player, Gino Marchetti, dies at 93

Football: Where Are They Now: Closeup portrait of former Baltimore Colts defensive and Pro Football Hall of Famer Gino Marchetti posing during photo shoot at home. Marchetti started the fast-food chain Gino's, and grew it into a 313 restaurant franchise by the time he sold it. West Chester, PA 5/2/2016 CREDIT: Al Tielemans (Photo by Al Tielemans /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images) (Set Number: SI355 TK1 )

BALTIMORE– A Pro Football Hall-of-Famer and former Baltimore Colt has passed away.

Gino Marchetti, 93, passed away on Monday due to pneumonia, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Marchetti spent 13 years with the Baltimore Colts, and was a team captain of the two-time champions in 1958-59.

He was described as a feared pass rusher, and one who helped change the defensive end position in the NFL.

The Baltimore Ravens released the following statement on Marchetti’s passing:

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