• Tony ‘Goose' Siragusa, NFL champ, broadcaster dead at 55

    2 days ago - By Boston Herald

    Super Bowl champion Tony Siragusa, who went on to be a popular NFL broadcaster, is dead at 55.
    The Kenilworth, N.J., native died suddenly Wednesday, according to a statement from Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti posted to the team's Twitter feed.
    “Goose,” as he was known around the league, spent nearly the second half of his 12 year NFL career in Baltimore after playing seven season with the Indianapolis Colts. He also served 12 years as a sideline analyst for Fox Network.
    “He was a special person and clearly one of the most popular players in Ravens history,” Bisciotti wrote.
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  • Tony Siragusa, a Defensive Lineman Known as Goose, Dies at 55

    2 days ago - By NY Times

    Siragusa won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in the 2000 season and worked as a broadcaster after his playing career.
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  • Tony Siragusa, former Baltimore Ravens player and broadcaster, dies at 55

    3 days ago - By NBC News

    Tony Siragusa, the charismatic defensive tackle who helped lead a stout Baltimore defense to a Super Bowl title, has died. He was 55.
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  • Tony Siragusa, Super Bowl champion with the Ravens, dies at 55

    3 days ago - By Comcast SportsNet

    Tony Siragusa, a former NFL defensive end for the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens, has died at 55 years old.
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