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NFL Legend Tony Siragusa Passes Away at 55, NFL Pours in Tribute

NFL legend and Pitt man Tony Siragusa passed away at the age of 55 on Wednesday (June 22). The news was confirmed by his former Baltimore Ravens teammate, Jamal Lewis, who mourned his dear friend’s death. The cause of his death has not been revealed yet. Tony, who started his NFL sideline career after retirement, was loved by NFL fans for his unique style of commentary. 

A Legend Who Spent 12 Seasons In NFL…

Anthony Siragusa Sr., nicknamed “the Goose” was a 6-foot-3, 340-pound defensive tackle who spent twelve seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL. Famously known as Tony Siragusa, the legendary player who also hosted the home renovation program Man Caves after his NFL career, died at the age of 55.

The news of his death was confirmed by his former Baltimore Ravens teammate, Jamal Lewis, who mourned the death of his friend. The ex-running back stated yesterday that: “It’s a sad day to be a Raven I must say.” A cause of death for the former defensive lineman has not yet been revealed.

NFL and Texans reporter, Aaron Wilson tweeted, “Retired former Ravens defensive tackle Tony Siragusa died in his sleep at age 55. Former Ravens teammate Brad Jackson: ‘He was the leader, he was our captain. He meant everything to everyone. It’s a sad day. I just talked to him on Sunday. It’s terrible.”
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