Tony Siragusa Bio
Get to know Tony Siragusa, host of DIY Network's Man Caves.
Tony “The Goose” Siragusa is the ultimate guy to lend his expertise on DIY Network's original series Man Caves. A locker-room regular for more than 25 years, Tony knows what a guy wants, especially when he finds time to relax at home. Tony is the NFL's only field analyst and teams up on Fox Sports with other commentators, analyzing each game from a position in the end zone. His athletic career ignited in high school when he became the New Jersey state wrestling champion. In football, he later earned All-American honors at the University of Pittsburgh before signing as a defensive tackle with the Indianapolis Colts (1990-1996) and then the Baltimore Ravens (1997-2001). Tony helped lead the Ravens to their first Super Bowl title in franchise history.
Tony is the founder of the Tony Siragusa Foundation, an organization aimed at helping underprivileged kids. He and his two brothers also helped start the American Italian Association in Kenilworth, N.J., to raise funds for needy children. When Tony’s not on the football field, volunteering his time, spending time with his wife and three children or hanging out in his man cave, he stays busy with other business endeavors including acting and working on his own line of food products, most notably Goose's Baby Back Ribs.