Tony Boselli is widely known as a Jacksonville Jaguars legend, the first-ever player selected by the Jaguars with the second overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft and an NFL Hall of Fame finalist selection. The former offensive tackle starred for seven seasons for the Jaguars, and was a 5-time Pro Bowl selection, 3-time All-Pro, NFL Offensive Lineman of the Year, and was named to the NFL’s 1990s All Decade team. He finished his NFL career with the Houston Texans, after enduring a traumatic shoulder injury. Boselli then entered the world of broadcasting to continue fulfilling his passion for the game. He is a former co-host of the radio show Sports Final with Dan Hicken Jeff Prosser on 1010XL/92.5 FM, and is a regular guest on their current show, The Drill for a segment called Breakfast with Boselli. Tony was also a color analyst for the Jacksonville Jaguars radio play-by-play team and currently serves as a game analyst and sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football on Westwood One. Although he is regularly teased for being a Jaguars “sunshine and rainbows pumper” by 1010XL colleague Dan Hicken, he is more accurately recognized for his candid, honest sports analysis, strong values and beliefs, and often contrarian opinions.