Mark Pike has passed away peacefully at age 57 on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Born 30 September 1956, Florida, United States, Mark Pike Obituary will not be uploaded on the site. Mark’s cause of death was not made public.
Mark Harold Pike was an American football linebacker, defensive end, and special teamer who played twelve seasons in the National Football League with the Buffalo Bills. He played in four Super Bowls. He was a graduate of Dixie Heights High School in Erlanger, Kentucky.
Mark Pike’s other son, Malachi, graduated from Covington Catholic in 2018. He was a senior and the leading receiver for CovCath’s undefeated 2017 5A state champions and was also fifth in tackles on that team.
Zeke Pike posted an Instagram story with a picture of him and his father Wednesday. His caption said, “Heaven got the greatest today! I’m so proud to be your son. And I promise every day to live and be more like you!! Count your blessings and tell those you love that you love them!!”
Pike spent his entire 13-year career with the Bills, who drafted him in the seventh round out of Georgia Tech in 1986. After missing his rookie season because of a shoulder injury, Pike went on to play 173 regular-season games for the Bills and another 20 in the postseason, including all four Super Bowl appearances. He was a key member of the Bills’ special teams during the franchise’s glory days.