Tony Siragusa Obituary: How did the Former NFL Football Player Die?
NFL defensive end Tony Siragusa, who played for the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts from 1990 to 2001, passed away in 2016 at the age of 55. You can find more information regarding the cause of death of the football player in this article.
Who is Tony Siragusa?
Born on May 14, 1967, Anthony Siragusa otherwise called “the Goose” played defensive tackle for the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League for a combined 12 seasons (NFL). After his playing career ended, he spent the years 2003-2015 working as a sideline analyst for Fox Network’s coverage of National Football League games. He has also hosted a number of TV programs, including Man Caves, a DIY Network series on man caves.
How did the former NFL player die?
According to TMZ, the police have told us that an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. When Siragusa’s father passed away when Siragusa was barely 21 years old, the situation was eerily identical. As reported by TMZ Sports, police say Tony Siragusa, an NFL veteran, tragically passed away this Wednesday despite receiving CPR at his New Jersey home. At approximately 11:45 a.m., officers from the Toms River Police Department responded to a “CPR in progress” call at a residence on the barrier island in the beach area of town. When police and paramedics arrived, Siragusa was reportedly pronounced dead at the spot. At the time, he was already 55 years old.