Don Bosco Anthony Boselli Jr. is an American former football tackle who played in the National Football League for seven seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He played college football at USC, where he received three first-team All-American selections. Boselli was the first player drafted by the Jaguars, who selected him second overall in the 1995 NFL Draft. During his tenure in Jacksonville, Boselli established himself as one of the franchise's most productive and popular players. He was name
Tony Boselli. Don Bosco Anthony Boselli Jr. Position: T 6-7, 324lb (201cm, 146kg) Born: April 17, 1972 in Modesto, CA. College: USC (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 66 (804th overall since 1960) High School: Fairview Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars in the 1st round (2nd overall) of the 1995 NFL Draft.
Boselli was tabbed as the team’s Most Valuable Player in 1998 after helping the Jaguars to the team’s first division title. In 2001, Boselli started three games before suffering a severe shoulder injury which landed him on the injured reserve list for the rest of the season.
Tony Boselli, one of the greatest offensive linemen of his era, retired from the National Football League at the end of the 2002 NFL season. Post-Football Life Tony Boselli and his wife Angi, a former USC cheerleader, have two sons and three daughters. They currently reside in Ponte Vedra, FL. What else could really matter? Love my girls.
Tony Boselli was the first player drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars, a three-time first-team All-Pro and named to the NFL's 1990s All-Decade Team. Rick Wilson/The Florida Times-Union via AP Angi...
Jacksonville, FL jaguars.com Joined March 2009. Thank you for all the love and support! Boom!!! Arrived in the mail today!!! Thank you @Jaguars @TonyBoselli We were there in Canton to see you as the first Jag inducted into the #PFHOF!! So excited and grateful to have this as part of my Jags collection.
Boselli did have a complicated Hall of Fame resume. But at his peak, he was good enough to shut down Smith, the only player in NFL history with 200 official sacks. Short-term dominance won out.
Boselli, a Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist the past four years, said his oxygen level improved enough over the next 24 hours that he didn't have to find out what that next level would have been.
Tony Boselli and LeRoy Butler finally made it to Canton. But where were the first-ballot candidates? Adam Rank breaks down the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2022.
Boselli went to five Pro Bowls, was selected as a first-team All-Pro three times, was a member of the NFL 1990s All-Decade Team and allowed 15½ sacks in 91 games. "I have the utmost respect for ...