Tony Siragusa is a famous American previous National Football League defensive tackle who spent 12 seasons with both the Baltimore Ravens and the Indianapolis Colts.
Following his football career, Siragusa served for NFL games broadcast on the Fox Network as a sideline analyst from 2003 through 2015. As of now, He works as the host of the home renovation program Man Caves on the DIY Network.
Tony Siragusa Age
Tony was born in Kenilworth, New Jersey, in the United States, on May 14, 1967. He is 54 years old.
Tony Siragusa Height
Siragusa stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 3 inches (Approx 1.91 m).
Tony Siragusa Education
He studied and graduated with a high school diploma from David Brearley High School in Kenilworth, New Jersey. During his high school times, Tony was also a member of the wrestling team and played football. During football, Siragusa played punted, defensive line, and place kicking.
Later on, Tony joined and played college football at the University of Pittsburgh. Tony was a starting defensive tackle in his junior seasons in 1986 and 1987 under head coach Mike Gottfried.
Tony Siragusa Family
Tony was born to his caring parents Peter A. Siragusain Kenilworth, New Jersey, in the United States. Recently Tony describes the day he died in his arms during his 2012 Stern Show interview and shared memories of his father.
Tony Siragusa Wife
He is happily married to his pretty wife called Kathy Giacalone. The duo married in 1995 and has three kids namely Ava, Samantha, and Anthony Jr. His family now lives in Ortley Beach, New Jersey.
Tony Siragusa Salary
Tony’s annual salary is $76,508 per year. This is according to DIY Network anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Tony Siragusa Net Worth
Siragysa has an approximate net worth of $6 million.
Tony Siragusa Career
In 1997, He signed with the Baltimore Ravens. During the 1997 season, Siargusa appeared in 14 games, started 13, and recorded one fumble recovery and 27 total tackles. During the 1998 season, He appeared in and began 15 games, and recorded one fumble recovery, one forced fumble, as well as 41 total tackles.
Over the 1999 season, Tony recorded two forced fumbles, 3.5 sacks, one fumble recovery, plus 36 total tackles and appeared in and started 14 games. He became a part of the 2000 Baltimore Ravens defense that allowed the fewest total points in NFL history for a 16-game season.
During the 2000 season, Siragusa recorded one fumble recovery as well as 27 total tackles and appeared in and started 15 games. He became fined $10,000 on Oakland Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon due to an illegal hit in the 2000 AFC title game, injuring Gannon’s shoulder.