Tony Siragusa death: Ex-NFL great dies suddenly

Tony Siragusa was reportedly receiving CPR at a New Jersey home as emergency personnel were on their way

By Ryan Gaydos | Fox News – June 23, 2022 – for

My cmnt: Wow! Here’s a third American (they’ve already had multiple star athletes in Europe suddenly drop dead on the court or field) – I will not be surprised if he died of SADS (Sudden Adult Death Syndrome) frequently associated with or caused by having taken the Covid-19 jab. I wonder if the medical authorities here will allow the true cause of death to be known?

My cmnt: You can read here about the astonishing rise in sudden deaths by otherwise healthy young men who were unnecessarily vaccinated with the Covid jab.

Tony Siragusa, a former NFL defensive lineman, died Wednesday at a home in New Jersey. He was 55.

“This is a really sad day,” Ornstein said. “Tony was way more than my client. He was family. My heart goes out to Tony’s loved ones.”

Siragusa, who was affectionately known as “Goose,” entered the NFL in 1990 as an undrafted free agent when he signed with the Colts

He played 96 games for the organization and recorded 16.5 sacks from 1990 to 1996. He joined the Ravens in 1997 and played for them until 2001. He, alongside players like Ray Lewis, Jamal Lewis, Rod Woodson and Jamie Sharper defeated the New York Giants in the 2001 Super Bowl.

Many around the NFL are feeling the loss. 

“This is a tough one. I love Goose like a brother,”  Ray Lewis said. “From the first day we met, I knew that life was different. I knew he was someone who would change my life forever. He was a one-of-a-kind person who made you feel important and special. You can never replace a man like that.

Fox Sports field reporter Tony Siragusa works the sidelines during a game between the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions at Ford Field Dec. 30, 2012, in Detroit. (Leon Halip/Getty Images)

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