A defensive tackle in the American National Football League known as “Goose,” Anthony Siragusa Sr. (May 14, 1967 — June 22, 2022) played for 12 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts.

Following his playing days, he spent the years 2003 to 2015 working as a sideline analyst for NFL games shown on the Fox Network. Man Caves, a DIY Network home improvement show, was presented by him.

David Brearley High School is located in Kenilworth, New Jersey, where Siragusa studied. He participated in both the wrestling and football teams in high school.

With a 97-1 record during his career, he was the state wrestling champion of New Jersey. He punted, placed kicks, and played defensive line in football. He made 15 out of 18 extra-point tries and averaged 39 yards on punts.

Prior to his termination during the 2015 NFL season, Siragusa covered and provided analysis during NFL games on Fox.

Prior to Albert, Stockton, and Menefee, Siragusa frequently performed with Daryl Johnston and Kenny Albert.

Tony Siragusa Children: Meet Samantha Rose Siragusa, Anthony Siragusa, Ava Siragusa

On April 22, 1995, Siragusa wed his wife, Kathy. Sam, Ava, and Anthony Jr. were his three children. Ortley Beach, New Jersey, was the home of him and his wife.

Samantha Rose Siragusa is the first daughter of Tony Siragusa, followed by her sister Ava Siragusa, who became the second, and then Anthony Siragusa Jr, the last and only son of Tony Siragusa. The family has kept a low profile and so, not much information is known about them as of current.



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