Tony Siragusa is a former NFL defensive tackle who spent 12 years in the league. His career started with the Indianapolis Colts where he signed as an undrafted free agent. Tony Siragusa played nose tackle for the Colts for 7 years and took them to an AFC Championship Game.
After the 1996 season Siragusa signed with the Baltimore Ravens as a free agent and played for the team for 5 years. In 2000 he was a part of a defense that allowed the least amount of points in NFL history up to that point. The Ravens would go on to win Super Bowl XXXV that same year. Tony Siragusa would end his NFL career with 562 tackles, 22 sacks, and 9 fuble recoveries.
After his playing career Siragusa was a sideline reporter for Fox before taking an acting role for HBO's The Sopranos. He also played a Russian mobster in the 2002 film 25th Hour.