The Baltimore Ravens announced on Wednesday that Tony Siragusa, a defensive player on the Super Bowl-winning defense of the Baltimore team who carved out a post-retirement media career, had passed away. He was age 55.
“Fat Goose” Anthony Siragusa Sr., an American National Football League defensive end who played for the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts for 12 seasons, was born on May 14, 1967, and passed away on June 22, 2022.
From 2003 until 2015, following his football career, he worked as a sideline analyst for NFL games shown on the Fox Network. On the DIY Network, he was the host of the Man Caves home improvement show.
In Kenilworth, New Jersey, Siragusa attended David Brearley High School.
He participated in wrestling and football during his time in high school.
He has a 97-1 career record and was the state wrestling champion of New Jersey. He punted and place kicked while playing defensive line in football. He was 15 of 18 on extra point attempts and averaged 39 yards when punting.
Tony Siragusa cause of death
A cause of death for the former defensive lineman, Tony Siragusa has not yet been revealed according to TMZ.
Tony Siragusa wife, meet Kathy Giacalone
On April 22, 1995, Siragusa tied the knot with Kathy Giacalone. Samantha, Ava, and Anthony Jr. were his three offspring. In Ortley Beach, New Jersey, he shared a home with his wife.