Kathy Siragusa Biography – Kathy Siragusa Wiki
Kathy Siragusa (born Kathy Giacalone) is the wife of Tony Siragusa, the former NFL defensive tackle and football television analyst for Fox Sports. Siragusa worked as a Fox Sports broadcaster from 2003-15. Siragusa 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, one year after playing a key defensive role as the franchise won its first Super Bowl.
He played collegiate football at Pittsburgh and then signed with the Colts as a free agent, going on to start 78 games over seven seasons. During the A.F.C. championship game for the 2000 season, Siragusa evaded several blockers early in the second quarter and narrowly missed sacking Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon, who had just thrown the ball before he arrived. But Siragusa hit Gannon hard and landed with his full body weight on the quarterback, injuring Gannon’s left collar bone. Siragusa was later fined, but Gannon’s injury helped the Ravens win, 16-3, en route to a Super Bowl victory over the Giants.
Tony Siragusa Wife – Kathy Siragusa Tony Siragusa
Kathy Siragusa is the wife of Tony Siragusa. Tony Siragusa died on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, owners of the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens said in a statement. He was 55 years old. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti released a statement following the news of Siragusa’s passing:
“Renee and I are stunned and heartbroken to learn about the sudden passing of Tony Siragusa. He was a special person and clearly one of the most popular players in Ravens history. Tony’s larger-than-life personality made an enormous impact on our organization and throughout the Baltimore community. On the football field, Goose was a difference-maker who contributed immeasurably to the success of many great Ravens defenses, including the record-setting 2000 Super Bowl team. Our deepest prayers and sympathies go out to Kathy, their three children and the rest of the Siragusa family. This is a tremendously sad day for the Baltimore Ravens. We appreciate everyone who has expressed an outpouring of support for our players, coaches and staff.”