Tony Siragusa, a former NFL defensive sort out who gained the Tremendous Bowl with the 2000 Baltimore Ravens, co-hosted the TV collection man caves and was an NFL sideline analyst at Fox Sports activities, has handed away. He was 55 years previous. The information was shared by Indianapolis Colts proprietor Jim Irsay on social media, however didn’t present particulars.
Stuffed with character and the nickname “The Goose” throughout his 12 NFL seasons, the Siragusa Ravens had been a part of the protection that was thought-about the best of all time. He started his profession with the Colts, making the 1990 staff after dropping out of the College of Pittsburgh. Siragusa was a possible first-round decide, however suffered a knee harm that price him his whole senior season.
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Born on Could 14, 1967, in Keniworth, NJ, Siragusa performed seven seasons at Indy earlier than signing with Baltimore in 1997. He shortly turned a fan favourite in Attraction Metropolis, recognized for his infectious humor and outspoken character. The Ravens defeated the New York Giants in Tremendous Bowl XXXV in January 2001, and Siragusa began all however one sport for the staff within the championship season.
After hanging up his cleats—he stood 6-foot-3 and weighed in at a straightforward 300-plus—Siragusa labored as an NFL sideline reporter for Fox Sports activities and co-hosted DIY human caves, Which aired greater than 130 episodes from 2007-15. The Unscripted Residence Renovation Sequence remodeled underused rooms into minibars, media facilities, and related male-focused interest areas.
Siragusa is survived by his spouse of 27 years, Kathy, and their three kids: Samantha, Ava and Anthony Jr.
Goose squeezes 200 enjoyable loving years into 55!! He was some of the bodily sturdy gamers I’ve seen in 50 years. In Greece, he used to ask 1 query on the finish of his life; Did he have ardour? In Tony’s case..sure he did!!💪🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️
— Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) 22 June 2022