Tony Siragusa RIP. And Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson , only 26.

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Sad about Siragusa, he was a hilarious dude and seemed a good guy. WTF on Ferguson. Tragic.
 

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I initially thought Siragusa's routine was ridiculous on the sideline, but I warmed up to him and it turned out with the secondary feeds and Manning-cast that Tony was just ahead of his time. He should have been in a living room a la Manning-cast opining on the game with a couple other O or D Linemen meatheads. A great TV personality for sure, I think my wife watched his DIY show and she detests football with a passion.
 

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I remember a clip of Siragusa, when he was working a game, standing with the End Zone Militia as they fired their muskets. Can't find it now with some basic searching.

RIP
 

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The first thing I thought about with Siragusa, the thing I always think about, is the dirty hit -- the 342-pound deadweight drop -- that separated Rich Gannon's shoulder in the 2001 AFC Championship game and earned him a $10,000 fine. Too bad for him, but that dirty play is as much a part of his legacy as the ring he won that year.
 

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Reading about Ferguson, seems to have been a very good person. Spent his draft day supporting relief efforts after a tornado hit his hometown.

26 is too young for anyone, seems like he was a really good human being