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Brian Sexton no longer the 'voice' of the Jaguars

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have made a change to their broadcast team for game day and Brian Sexton will no longer be the play-by-play man.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have made a surprising change to their game day radio lineup, as long-time "Voice" of the Jaguars Brian Sexton will no longer be calling games. Instead Frank Frangie, host of the Frank Frangie Show with Rick Ballou on 1010XL, will be doing the game day calls alongside color analyst Jeff Lageman.

Sexton had been the Jaguars play-by-play announcer since the team's inaugural season in 1995 and has called all 392 Jaguars games to date. He spent 19 seasons as the team's announcer.

Frangie, who's been doing college football play-by-play for many years for Touchdown Radio will be taking over this season. He's been a long-time afternoon drive radio host in Jacksonville on 1010XL, as well as other sports talk radio stations.

Sexton will remain on staff doing work for Jaguars.com as a senior correspondent, while the game day booth will now be manned by Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman and Tony Boselli. Rick Ballou will be the team's field reporter on the sideline.