“Goose” Anthony Siragusa Sr. played defensive lineman in the American National Football League for the Baltimore Ravens and the Indianapolis Colts for 12 seasons between 2005 and 2022. He was born on May 14, 1967, and passed away on June 22, 2022.

He worked as a sideline analyst for NFL games televised on the Fox Network from 2003 to 2015 following his playing career. On the DIY Network, he was the host of the home improvement show Man Caves.

Siragusa went to Kenilworth, New Jersey’s David Brearley High School. He participated in wrestling and played football in high school.

With a 97-1 career record, he was the New Jersey state wrestling champion. He punted and place kicked in football while playing defensive line. He made 15 of 18 tries at extra points and averaged 39 yards while punting.

Before being fired after the 2015 NFL season, Siragusa worked as a sideline reporter and commentator for NFL games on Fox.

Siragusa frequently performed alongside Daryl Johnston and Kenny Albert (and, before Albert, Dick Stockton, and Curt Menefee).

On April 22, 1995, Siragusa and Kathy got married. Anthony Jr., Samantha, and Ava were his three offspring. Ortley Beach, New Jersey, was where he and his wife resided.

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Tony Siragusa was a father to Samantha, Ava, and Anthony Jr., his three offspring. Ortley Beach, New Jersey was home for the couple during their marriage. His son Anthony Siragusa Jr was born on September 6, 1999, and he is currently 22 years of age. Anthony Jr weighs 93 kg and stands at 1.8 meters. He is a Villanova Football ’22 Delbarton Alum.


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