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Briscoe, 1st Black starting QB in AFL, dies at 76

Briscoe, 1st Black starting QB in AFL, dies at 76

Marlin Briscoe, who became the first Black starting quarterback in the American Football League more than 50 years ago, died Monday. His daughter, Angela Marriott, told The Associated Press that Briscoe, 76, died of pneumonia at a hospital in Norwalk, California. He had been hospitalized with circulation issues in his legs. Briscoe, who was from …

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Tony Siragusa, Super Bowl winner and NFL sideline reporter, dies at age 55

Tony Siragusa, Super Bowl winner and NFL sideline reporter, dies at age 55

Tony Siragusa, the charismatic defensive tackle who helped lead a stout Baltimore defense to a Super Bowl title, has died. He was 55. The Baltimore Ravens, for which Siragusa played five seasons, said Siragusa died “unexpectedly” Wednesday morning. A cause of death was not immediately given. Tony Siragusa as a sideline reporter an NFL matchup …

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Tony Siragusa, Super Bowl winner and NFL sideline reporter, dies at age 55

Tony Siragusa, Super Bowl winner and NFL sideline reporter, dies at age 55

Tony Siragusa, the charismatic defensive tackle who helped lead a stout Baltimore defense to a Super Bowl title, has died. He was 55. The Baltimore Ravens, for which Siragusa played five seasons, said Siragusa died “unexpectedly” Wednesday morning. A cause of death was not immediately given. Tony Siragusa as a sideline reporter an NFL matchup …

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Sound off!  Trumpet is the 1st bloodhound to win Westminster show

Sound off! Trumpet is the 1st bloodhound to win Westminster show

TARRYTOWN, NY (AP) — Now this hound has something to toot his horn about. A bloodhound named Trumpet won the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Wednesday night, marking the first time the breed has ever snared US dogdom’s most coveted best in show prize. Rounding the finalists’ ring with a poised and powerful stride, …

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Former Ravens DT Tony Siragusa, Member Of Super Bowl XXXV Team, Dead At 55

Former Ravens DT Tony Siragusa, Member Of Super Bowl XXXV Team, Dead At 55

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Ravens defensive tackle Tony Siragusa died Wednesday morning, the team announced. He was 55. Siragusa, known as “Goose,” was a member of the winning Super Bowl XXXV game in 2001. He was part of a legendary defensive unit that allowed the fewest point (165) in NFL history. READ MORE: Man, 29, …

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Ex-NFL DT Siragusa, 'the Goose,' dies at age 55

Ex-NFL DT Siragusa, ‘the Goose,’ dies at age 55

Tony Siragusa, the NFL defensive tackle who became one of the game’s biggest players and personalities, died Wednesday at the age of 55. The cause of Siragusa’s death was not immediately available. Affectionately known as “Goose,” Siragusa served as a vital cog in the middle of the Baltimore Ravens’ historic 2000 defense, which spearheaded the …

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Goodell: I have no authority to remove Snyder

Goodell: I have no authority to remove Snyder

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he has no authority to remove Daniel Snyder as owner of the Washington Commanders amid ongoing scrutiny into the organization’s workplace culture and allegations from women employees of pervasive sexual harassment by team executives. Goodell testified Wednesday before members of Congress at a hearing by the House Committee on Oversight …

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Snyder, Goodell requested to testify at hearing

Snyder again declines to testify in House probe

The attorney for Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder reiterated Monday that Snyder would not testify before Congress on June 22, despite a request from the committee to reconsider. Karen Patton Seymour declined the initial invitation from the House Oversight Committee investigating the Commanders’ alleged “toxic workplace culture,” saying that Snyder had a “longstanding Commanders-related business …

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