Tony Boselli, the original Jaguar, has been named a 2018 Hall of Fame finalist. Finalists were announced Tuesday evening. It's the second straight year that Boselli has made it to the finals. Boselli is one of fifteen former players to make the finals this year.
This is Boselli's twelfth year of eligibility, but several of his competitors, including Randy Moss and Brian Urlacher, are in the their first year of eligibility. Only five modern-era players can be selected in a single year, which has made it difficult for Boselli, but he has picked up steam in recent years.
The Jaguars best offensive lineman in franchise history made it to the Pro Bowl five times with the Jaguars and was named to the All Pro team three times. A leader during the Jaguars most successful run in franchise history, Boselli was a part of the 1996 and 1999 Jaguars teams that made it all the way to the AFC Championship.
When and if Tony Boselli is selected to the Hall of Fame, he'll be the first Jaguar to ever be enshrined in Canton.
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