Tony Siragusa was an American National Football League defensive tackle who spent 12 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens.
He was a member of the Baltimore Ravens defense in the year 2000, which allowed the fewest overall points in the history of the National Football League for a season consisting of 16 games.
During the 2000 season, he played in and started 15 games, tallied one fumble recovery and 27 total tackles, and was responsible for one interception.
Rich Gannon, the quarterback for the Oakland Raiders, suffered a shoulder injury as a result of an illegal hit delivered by Siragusa in the AFC championship game in the year 2000. Siragusa was fined $10,000 for the hit.
He was an integral part of the Ravens’ run to the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history, which they did by defeating the New York Giants by a score of 34–7 in Super Bowl XXXV.
After the 2001 season, during which he recorded two sacks and 28 total tackles, Siragusa decided to hang up his cleats and retire.
After 170 career games, he finished with a total of 562 tackles (416 solo), 22 sacks, five forced turnovers, nine fumble recoveries for a total of 12 yards, and 28 pass deflections. He had a total of 562 tackles (416 solo) in his career.
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