Latest Posts

Tony Siragusa dies at 55: Former Colts and Ravens DT, nicknamed ‘Goose’, won Super Bowl with Baltimore

- Advertisement -

Former NFL quarterback Tony Siragusa died on Wednesday, a spokesman for the Baltimore Ravens said. said Baltimore sun. He was 55. “Goose,” as his fans called him, played for the Indianapolis Colts for seven seasons from 1990 to 1996 before signing with the Ravens in 1997. after the 2001 season

- Advertisement -

Goose, Tony Siragusa, passed away at 55. I’m heartbroken, as is the entire Colt Nation.” – Colt Owner. Jim Irsay tweeted.

- Advertisement -

The 6-foot-3, 330-plus-pound guard was not drafted from Pittsburgh in 1990, but has found a home in Indy and established himself as an interior anchor. In 169 career games, Siragusa made 564 combined tackles and 22 sacks.

- Advertisement -

Always a colorful character, he joined Fox as an outside reporter after his retirement, having been with the company for nearly a decade. However, Siragusa was not a typical outside reporter as he also commented on his post on the pitch, making him a notable media personality. He also immersed himself in the acting world, even appearing in The Sopranos.

Wednesday was a very tough day for the Ravens franchise as fans woke up to the news that linebacker Jaylon Ferguson diedat the age of 26.

“I have to say, this is a sad day for Raven,” former runner Jamal Lewis. said TMZ.




Source: www.cbssports.com

- Advertisement -

Latest Posts

Don't Miss