Tony Siragusa Obituary, Cause Of Death, Tribute, Funeral
Tony Siragusa Sr. is a retired American National Football League defensive tackle who played for the Indianapolis and the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. He was known to have spent a period of 12 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens. Tony Siragusa was known to have been born on May 14, 1967.
When he finished his football career he was known to work as a sideline analyst for the National Football League games broadcast on the Fox Network from the year 2003 to the year 2015. He hosted his home renovation program called “Man Craves” on the DIY Network.
Tony attended David Brearley High School in Kenilworth, New Jersey. He was known to have been a football player whiles in high school as well as being part of the wrestling team. In his wrestling career, he was known to have been the New Jersey State wrestling champion. During his college days too, he began his college at the University of Pittsburgh.
He then began his professional career with the Indianapolis of Major League Baseball as an Undrafted agent in the year 1990. He played as a defensive tackle. Then in the year 1997, he signed with the Baltimore Ravens. He appeared in 14 games with them.
Tony Siragusa Obituary
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Tony Siragusa Cause Of death
Tony Siragusa was said to have died in his sleep.
Tony Siragusa Tribute And Funeral
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