Fox Sports is parting ways with roving sideline reporter and former NFL great Tony Siragusa, TheWrap has learned.
At this writing, it’s unclear if the move was part of a continuing restructuring at Fox Sports, or if there were other reasons behind the cut.
In his playing days, the man affectionately known as “Goose” lined up at defensive tackle for the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens, compiling 12 effective seasons in the National Football League.
Since then, Siragusa has been a Fox Sports broadcaster, with almost 10 years now under his sizable belt. For most of those seasons, Goose teamed with Daryl “Moose” Johnston and Kenny Albert. However, this past NFL season Siragusa was demoted to work with the lower-ranking team of Thom Brennaman and Charles Davis.
The Super Bowl XXXV champion has had a number of on-camera gigs. He currently hosts “Man Caves” on the DIY Network. Previously he played Frankie Cortese on “The Sopranos,” and appeared as a Ukrainian gangster in the Edward Norton film “25th Hour.”
Siragusa also serves as a spokesperson for the Depend adult incontinence product.