An All-American at Michigan in 1965, Mack was the No. 1 pick of the Rams in the 1966 NFL Draft.
Mack got his first start in the fifth game of his rookie season when starter Don Chuy was injured.
The Los Angeles team was loaded with outstanding talent but Mack, as the youthful leader of an excellent offensive line, was one of the most honored of all Rams.
Tom was all-pro or All-NFC nine times in a ten-year span from 1969 through 1978.
Mack helped the Rams win their division eight times and wound up in four NFC championship games.
During the years that Mack played, the Rams enjoyed winning seasons 12 times in 13 years and compiled a .720 win-loss record.
Mack earned the first of 11 Pro Bowl invitations after his second season in 1967.
Tom never missed a game during his 184-game tenure.
Mack during his Enshrinement in 1999.
Mack's Hall of Fame Bust.
Mack's Hall of Fame Mural.