We’ve got ourselves a crisp copy of the new book from Super Bowl champion, Tony Siragusa, to giveaway.
It’s called “GOOSE.”
“GOOSE” will let you inside the mind of the Super Bowl champ-turned-commentator-turned-actor. He’ll tell you about some behind-the-scenes stories with some of the NFL greats as well as a blunt take on the NFL.
How can you win? You have to follow us on Twitter and watch for a tweet on our Twitter profile and simply retweet the message. The winner will be picked at random.
New to the game of football? Well Siragusa had the nickname of goose during his playing days. He was a member of the 2000 Super Bowl champions, the Baltimore Ravens. He currently is a member of the NFL on FOX broadcast team too.
Here are some things you can expect learn about from Siragusa:
• Bizarre recruiting trips to West Virginia (“were they remaking Deliverance?”) and Penn State (“not a place for me…Too much livestock.”)
• Crazy gun culture in Indiana and around the Colts in the early 1990s (including the AK-47 Goose kept in his locker).
• Goose buys a Komodo dragon (or “some big lizard”) as a pet, and it does not go well.
• A side-splitting story about a Colts teammate, a woman he picks up at a club, her fake leg, a rottweiler and missing practice.
• Colts owner Bob Irsay and the “Christmas party from hell,” which starts with a drinking contest between the owner and Goose that results in Goose carrying the owner out of the party.
• Goose’s strange dealings with Al Davis during free agency.
• Building the Baltimore Ravens defense—toning down Marvin Lewis’s playbook, bringing in Rex Ryan to coach the line, and dealing with bullsh*t from teammate, Sam Adams.
• The grossest story of triumph over constipation during an NFL game.
• His controversial big hit on Rich Gannon during the playoff run to the Super Bowl.
• How he almost let the NFL lifestyle send him to the poor house—and how he matured and became a family man (although he did have fifteen ice sculptures at his wedding).
• The pros and cons of his post-football entertainment career–—a Spike Lee movie, his role on The Sopranos, and his work on Man Caves.