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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Tony Boselli preparing for Hall of Fame vote

New York Jets vs Jacksonville Jaguars - October 8, 2006 Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images

Jacksonville Jaguars great Tony Boselli savoring the moment of Super Bowl week -
He’s thinking about it from time to time, because how could he not? This is football immortality we’re talking about, after all – this thing that might happen on Saturday for the best player ever to play for the Jaguars. So, is Tony Boselli thinking Hall of Fame this week? Is Saturday’s Super Bowl-Eve vote that could get Boselli into pro football’s most exclusive fraternity at least somewhat on his mind as he works Super Bowl LI for Westwood One? Absolutely. Because how could it not be?

Did Kelvin Beachum take another shot at Gus Bradley? -
A handful of Jacksonville Jaguars players didn’t appreciate former head coach Gus Bradley’s approach to leading a football team — and Kelvin Beachum seems to be one of them. During an interview with 1010XL’s Jaguars Today crew at Radio Row on Wednesday morning, Beachum made some comments expounding on New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick’s winning-first approach to the game and then compared him to an unnamed coach who had a process-first approach.

Tom Coughlin says Tony Boselli is the best lineman he’s ever coached -
"No question, he certainly is. Without a doubt, because he could do so many different things. He is such a great athlete on top anything else that he does. I remember seeing him as a pro athlete. Six-foot-seven, he goes out on the golf course and shoots 85 or 86 or something like that. He just had that kind of ability. The real thing was the competiveness in him. He would go out on the field and the look in his eye and the way he could dominate people at times. No matter what you say. No matter what run you pick. All the All-Pro’s, the All-Pro teams, all of the things – the much deserved honors that he has received. No doubt in my mind.”