Details emerge from Ravens legend Tony Siragusa’s sudden death
The Baltimore Ravens organization was stunned on Wednesday. Young linebacker Jaylon Ferguson passed away and so did Tony Siragusa, a legend of this franchise. On Thursday, some disturbing details emerged from his death.
Police told TMZ Sports that Siragusa had to get CPR before the ex-Ravens star died on Wednesday afternoon.
The Toms River Police Department tells us officers were dispatched to a home on the barrier island in the beach section of town at around 11:45 AM … after receiving a call about a “CPR in progress.”
Cops say Tony Siragusa was pronounced dead on the scene shortly after officers and EMS arrived. He was 55 years old.
Awful news. It’s not yet known how Siragusa died. The autopsy is pending. Siragusa played four seasons with the Ravens from 1997-2001, winning a Super Bowl with them in 2000. After his football career ended, the defensive tackle moved into the booth and worked for Fox Sports as an analyst. He also enjoyed an acting career, making regular appearances on The Sopranos.
Soon enough we’ll find out how Tony Siragusa passed, but there is no doubt he’s gone far too soon at just 55 years old. “The Goose” will be remembered for his warm spirit and outgoing personality. Prayers to his family. The Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, and the entire NFL community will miss him.