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Tony Siragusa, former NFL star and TV personality, dead at 55

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Longtime NFL participant and character Tony Siragusa has died at 55, in response to a number of experiences.

Siragusa died in his sleep, according to Pro Football Network.

Recognized affectionately as “Goose,” Siragusa spent twelve years within the NFL with the Colts and Ravens, profitable Tremendous Bowl XXXV with Baltimore in 2001. He then spent over a decade because the sideline analyst for Fox NFL Sunday.

Tony Siragusa walks on the field prior to an Eagles vs. Saints game
Tony Siragusa walks on the sector previous to an Eagles vs. Saints sport
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He was a part of the late ’90s Ravens Tremendous Bowl championship staff, anchoring the deal with place for an all-time protection that additionally included Ray Lewis, Rod Woodson and Chris McAlister. The Ravens defeated the Giants 34-7 within the Tremendous Bowl.

It was the second tragic lack of the day for the Ravens household. Earlier Wednesday, the staff introduced that linebacker Jaylon Ferguson had passed away at 26.

“It’s a tragic day to be a Raven I need to say,” former running back Jamal Lewis told TMZ.

In a 2012 interview with Howard Stern, Siragusa talked about that his father died of a coronary heart assault when he was 48, and handed away in his presence. He additionally stated that coronary heart illness runs in his household.

Tony Siragusa with the Ravens prior to Super Bowl XXXV
Tony Siragusa with the Ravens previous to Tremendous Bowl XXXV
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“If I die tomorrow, I advised my spouse, simply put a smile on my face. Put somewhat [Frank] Sinatra on,” he stated in that interview.