Sporting a mane not that dissimilar to Bon Jovi's, Roary does a lot of work at elementary schools in Detroit as part of a high-energy education program.
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15. Jaxson de Ville (Jacksonville Jaguars)
This 403-pound cat is the self-proclaimed best mascot in sports and listed as All-Pro at his position Left Out. Jaxson is also the first NFL mascot to go overseas to visit our troops.
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14. Swoop (Philadelphia Eagles)
Swoop resides in South Philly and boasts a diet of smaller birds such as Cardinals, Falcons, Seahawks and Ravens.
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13. Blitz (Seattle Seahawks)
This bulky bird is a key element in firing up Seattle's 12th Man, widely known as the loudest crowd in the NFL.
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12. Steely McBeam (Pittsburgh Steelers)
In 2007, the Steelers held a Name the Mascot contest that received over 70,000 entries, of which the name Steely McBeam was selected. It was inspired by both the history of steel production in Pittsburgh and Jim Beam, the preferred whiskey of the winning contestant's husband.
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11. Who Dey (Cincinnati Bengals)
Who Dey is proud to be one of the NFL's first mascots and has 5 Pro Bowl appearances to his name.
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10. Miles (Denver Broncos)
Miles was miraculously birthed at the exact moment the Broncos were winning their second consecutive Super Bowl on Jan. 31, 1999.
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9. Sourdough Sam (San Francisco 49ers)
One of the cooler names among NFL mascots, plus all that fantastic facial hair.
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8. Poe (Baltimore Ravens)
Even with the loss of brothers Edgar and Allan in 2008, Poe has remained steadfast in cheering on the Ravens at every Baltimore home game since.
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7. T.D. (Miami Dolphins)
Football aside, who doesn't like dolphins? Nobody, that's who.
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6. Staley da Bear (Chicago Bears)
Staley's "official" stats include a very impressive 34,051,054.06 high fives. That's the most on the Bears team by a wide margin.
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5. Big Red (Arizona Cardinals)
Before the air-conditioned University of Phoenix Stadium opened in 2006, Big Red paid his dues cheering on the Cardinals in the blistering heat at Tempe's Sun Devil Stadium.
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4. K. C. Wolf (Kansas City Chiefs)
K.C. Wolf is named after a group of wild Kansas City fans called The Wolf Pack. He also gives humorous and motivational speeches when he's not cheering on the Chiefs.
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3. Captain Fear (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
He's a surfing pirate who jet skis and does sword tricks. What else do you need to know?
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2. Pat the Patriot (New England Patriots)
The only member of the Patriots to rival Tom Brady in both the dimpled chin and chiseled jawline categories.
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1. Ragnar the Viking (Minnesota Vikings)
For blurring the lines between fiction and reality better than any other, Ragnar the Viking easily wins best mascot in the NFL. Fun fact: He owns the world record for the fastest time shaving his own beard with an axe (just under 9 minutes), but hasn't actually trimmed that thing since taking on the gig in 1994.
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