NFL Legend Tony Siragusa Passes Away at 55, NFL Pours in Tribute – The Teal Mango

NFL legend and Pitt man Tony Siragusa handed away on the age of 55 on Wednesday (June 22). The information was confirmed by his former Baltimore Ravens teammate, Jamal Lewis, who mourned his pricey good friend’s demise. The reason for his demise has not been revealed but. Tony, who began his NFL sideline profession after retirement, was liked by NFL followers for his distinctive type of commentary. 

A Legend Who Spent 12 Seasons In NFL…

Anthony Siragusa Sr., nicknamed “the Goose” was a 6-foot-3, 340-pound defensive sort out who spent twelve seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens within the NFL. Famously referred to as Tony Siragusa, the legendary participant who additionally hosted the house renovation program Man Caves after his NFL profession, died on the age of 55.

The information of his demise was confirmed by his former Baltimore Ravens teammate, Jamal Lewis, who mourned the demise of his good friend. The ex-running again acknowledged yesterday that: “It’s a tragic day to be a Raven I need to say.” A explanation for demise for the previous defensive lineman has not but been revealed.

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