Tony Boselli is an analyst for select Thursday Night Football broadcasts on Westwood One. Boselli served as a color analyst for the network’s broadcast of Sunday Afternoon NFL games from 2010-2012, before taking his current job as lead analyst for the Jacksonville Jaguars Radio Network. Since the 2013 season, Boselli has appeared on Westwood One as a sideline reporter for select broadcasts.
Boselli began his national broadcasting career in 2007, working as a game analyst for the NFL on FOX. In 2009, he joined Westwood One where he worked as a part-time analyst for both NFL and college football.
The first player ever drafted by the Jaguars, Boselli was chosen #2 overall in the 1995 NFL Draft. After six seasons with the Jaguars, which included five Pro Bowls, three All-Pro teams and two trips to AFC Championship Game, injuries forced him to retire in 2006. Selected as a member of the 1990s NFL All-Decade Team, Boselli was the first inductee into the Jaguars ring of honor, and received the prestigious Ed Block Courage Award in 2000. Boselli is a 1994 graduate of USC where he was a 3-time All-American and winner of the 1994 Morris Trophy, given annually to the top offensive lineman in the Pac 10.
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HOUSTON, TX – The New England Patriots completed the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, rallying from a 28-3 deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in the first-ever Super Bowl to go to overtime. Tom Brady…Read More »
HOUSTON, TX – Head over to our Facebook page for a gallery of images from behind the scenes at Super Bowl LI.Read More »
Well it’s all come down to this – Super Bowl LI in Houston today. And in our NFL Analyst Pick ‘Em, the equation is simple. If the Falcons win, Tony Boselli leaps the field and is our champion. If the Patriots do their job, Kurt Warner carries his best…Read More »
HOUSTON, TX – Scott Graham and Tony Boselli get you one day closer to the biggest game of the year. Guests on tonight’s edition of the show include Patriots tackle Nate Solder and Falcons safety Keanu Neal. We also take a look back at the roads New England and Atlanta…Read More »
ORLANDO, FL – The Pro Bowl made its Orlando debut and returned to its conference-based roots as the AFC defeated the NFC 20-13 on Sunday night. Lorenzo Alexander and Travis Kelce were named co-MVPs. Kevin Kugler and Tony Boselli called the action on Westwood One.Read More »
Tony’s Take on the wins by New England and Atlanta last weekend as well as the Pro Bowl this Sunday in Orlando.Read More »
ATLANTA, GA – The Atlanta Falcons closed the Georgia Dome in style, defeating the Green Bay Packers 44-21 to reach Super Bowl LI. Matt Ryan threw for 392 yards and four touchdowns – and ran for a score – as the Falcons reached the Super Bowl for the first time since…Read More »
Championship Sunday is upon us and with it the stakes are higher than ever. With our new postseason points system, each correct winner today will be worth eight points to our panelists. Here are our guys’ selections for the NFC and AFC champions. Game Boomer Esiason James Lofton Kurt…Read More »