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Former Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Tony Siragusa watches pregame warmups October 4, 2004 on Monday Night Football at Baltimore, Maryland. The 0 - 3 Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Ravens 27 - 24. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Tributes have poured in after the passing of Baltimore Ravens’ former defensive tackle Tony Siragusa.

This includes former Miami Dolphin Dan Marino, who shared a touching message and a photo of him and Siragusa.

“We lost a great one today and I’m truly devastated,” Marino wrote. “Goose was the best. He made the most out of every moment, made sure everyone around him always had a smile on their face, and had a heart of gold. The Siragusa family is in our prayers. Rest In Peace, brother.”

While not together, both Marino and Siragusa were alumni of the University of Pittsburgh and had an obvious bond.

Former Raven running back Jamal Lewis, first reported the passing of Siragusa.  A cause of death has not yet been revealed.

Siragusa was 55.