Tony Siragusa was an American National Football League defensive tackle who spent 12 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens.
A vital member of the 1995 Indianapolis Colts team that came up just short in the AFC Championship Game, Siragusa felt cheated out of a raise and an extension by then-coach Ted Marchibroda before departing the team.
New coach Lindy Infante and the team’s Vice President of Football Operations, Bill Tobin, were both slammed by Siragusa in an interview. In the 1996 season, he appeared in and started ten games and had two sacks, 45 total tackles, and one fumble recovery.
The Baltimore Ravens acquired Siragusa in a 1997 free agent signing. In 1997, he appeared in 14 games, started 13 of them, and made 27 total tackles.
One fumble recovery, one forced fumble, and 41 total tackles were his stats for the 1998 season, which included appearances and starts in 15 games.
At the end of the 1999 season, he started 14 games and played in 13, recording two forced fumbles, one recovered by him, and 36 total tackles, all of which contributed to his 3.5 sacks.
Tony Siragusa Parents: Who Is Tony Siragusa Father?
In Boston, Massachusetts on February 16, 1955, Peter A. Siragusa, Tony’s paternal grandfather was born. Home Alone (1990), Dinosaur (2000), and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2001) are among his many credits as an actor (2006).
Who Is Tony Siragusa Mother?
Tony Siragusa’s mother’s identity remains unknown.