Tony Siragusa, a Defensive Lineman Known as Goose, Dies at 55

Siragusa won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in the 2000 season and worked as a broadcaster after his playing career.

Tony Siragusa, the Super Bowl-winning defensive tackle and football television analyst for Fox Sports, died on Wednesday, owners of the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens said. He was 55 years old.

Jim Irsay, the Colts’ owner, confirmed Siragusa’s death on Twitter. The cause of death has not yet been announced.

Siragusa, nicknamed Goose, played in the N.F.L. for 12 seasons, seven of them for the Colts, who acquired him as an undrafted free agent in 1990. He joined the Baltimore Ravens in 1997 and retired after the 2001 season,

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