JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--The Jacksonville Jaguars will have a new lineup of radio shows this season including new talent, and former offensive tackle Tony Boselli will join the booth for game broadcasts. The additions to the radio team include former quarterback Mark Brunell on Jaguars Thursday, Pete Prisco of cbssports.com on Jaguars Monday, and J.P. Shadrick, Jay Gray and Jeremy Ratliff on Jaguars Game Day. All Jaguars radio programs will air in stereo on the team’s flagship station, WOKV 104.5 FM and 690 AM.
"I'm thrilled to be joining Jeff and Brian in the broadcast booth for Jaguars games,” Boselli said. “Although I’ve enjoyed calling NFL games the past several years, I feel like I’m coming back home to be there for every Jaguars game in Jacksonville and on the road. I’m really looking forward to being part of the broadcast team.”
The Jaguars, in addition to the game day broadcasts with play-by-play man Brian Sexton and color analysts Jeff Lageman and Boselli, will air two two-hour shows each week on WOKV. Jaguars Monday – featuring Sexton, Boselli and Prisco – will air from 6-8 pm each week. The trio will discuss the previous day’s Jaguars game as well as action and news from around the NFL, with caller participation.
Jaguars Thursday from 6-8 pm will feature two one-hour segments, the first of which will be the Gus Bradley Show. Sexton and Lageman will join the head coach to talk about the week’s news and the Jaguars’ upcoming game, as well as take questions from callers. The second hour will include Sexton, Lageman, Boselli and Brunell to talk more about the Jaguars as well as league-wide issues and the week’s NFL games.
The trio of Sexton, Lageman and Boselli will call all four of the Jaguars’ preseason games, beginning at home on August 9 against the Miami Dolphins, in addition to all 16 regular season games beginning Sept. 8. Brent Martineau from WTEV-TV will serve as field reporter for all game radio broadcasts.
Boselli served as color analyst for the Jaguars’ preseason TV broadcasts for the past seven years. He has also been a regular analyst for NFL games broadcast nationally on Westwood One/DialGlobal the past three seasons. Boselli was the second overall selection in the 1995 draft – the first in Jaguars history – and was a five-time Pro Bowl selection.
Lageman has been the Jaguars’ radio analyst for the past ten seasons. Prior to that, he served four seasons as the analyst for Jaguars preseason TV broadcasts. Lageman will continue as co-host of Jaguars All Access on WTEV-TV in addition to co-hosting the Gus Bradley Show and Jaguars Thursday on WOKV Radio. Lageman played defensive end for the Jaguars from 1995-98 and 10 seasons in the NFL overall after being drafted 14th in the 1989 draft.
Sexton begins his 19th season in the Jaguars radio booth, having called all 372 games the team has played in the preseason, regular season and postseason.
Jaguars Radio 2013 on WOKV 104.5 FM and 690 AM
Jaguars Monday 6-8 pm with Brian Sexton, Tony Boselli, Pete Prisco
Jaguars Thursday 6-7 pm with Gus Bradley, Brian Sexton, Jeff Lageman
7-8 pm with Brian Sexton, Jeff Lageman, Tony Boselli, Mark Brunell
Jaguars Game Day
Jaguars Pregame three hours before kickoff with J.P. Shadrick, Brian Sexton, Jeff Lageman, Tony Boselli,
Jeremy Ratliff, Marco Coleman, Pete Prisco, Brent Martineau
Jaguars Game Day with Brian Sexton, Jeff Lageman, Tony Boselli , Brent Martineau
Jaguars Postgame with Brian Sexton, Jeff Lageman, J.P. Shadrick, Jay Gray, Marco Coleman, Pete Prisco
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