The Jacksonville Jaguars will celebrate Tony Boselli, their first Pro Football Hall of Fame member, on Sunday, Oct. 9 during halftime of the Jaguars game against the Houston Texans.
Boselli was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame along with the rest of 2022 class in August, becoming the 355th individual in the history of the game and the first Jaguars player to receive the honor. While Boselli has already received his gold jacket and bronze bust, his illustrious career will be capped off when Pro Football Hall of Fame President Jim Porter and Jaguars Owner Shad Khan present him with his official Pro Football Hall of Fame ring during the halftime ceremony.
In addition, the weekend will also mark the world premiere of “71,” a brand-new documentary produced by the Jaguars about the life and career of Boselli.
The Jaguars Production department has captured hours of behind-the-scenes footage in Canton and interviewed more than 20 individuals from throughout Boselli’s life to create the film. Members of the Jaguars Founders Class, individuals who have held season tickets since the team’s inaugural season in 1995, should check their email for an exclusive email invitation to a free screening of the film.
Jacksonville will also welcome nearly 100 former players back to TIAA Bank Field for Legends Weekend. The team will host a series of events for former players including a screening of “71.”