Former Pitt defensive lineman Tony Siragusa, who performed 12 seasons within the NFL, has died at 55.
Siragusa, a defensive deal with from Kenilworth, New Jersey, performed seven seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and 5 extra with the Baltimore Ravens.
Siragusa, identified by many as ‘Goose’ received a Tremendous Bowl championship in Baltimore and retired after the 2001 season.
After his retirement from the NFL, Siragusa labored as a sideline analyst for FOX Sports activities from 2003 via 2015. Siragusa completed his profession with 404 tackles and 22 sacks.
The sports activities world took to social media to submit condolences after listening to the information.
Pitt soccer coach Pat Narduzzi mentioned Siragusa was “at all times larger than life on and off the sphere.”
Former Pitt tight finish Dorin Dickerson tweeted a quote from Siragusa about why he selected to play at Pitt, with the hashtag #H2P.
Pitt soccer tweeted a video from Siragusa’s school profession, saying “‘The Goose,’ Without end.”
The NFL tweeted their condolences to his household.
The Indianapolis Colts, who signed Siragusa as an undrafted free agent, shared this message.
The proprietor of the Baltimore Ravens launched this assertion, calling Wednesday a “tremendously unhappy day” for the Ravens. Ravens linebacker Jaylon Robinson additionally handed away Wednesday at age 26.
Pitt graduate and ESPN commentator Louis Riddick shared the next message.
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