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The inaugural season featured many of the players who would lead Jacksonville into the playoffs in the team's next four seasons, including quarterback Mark Brunell ( acquired in a draft day trade from Green Bay ), offensive lineman Tony Boselli ( drafted with the 2nd pick overall in the 1995 NFL Draft ) running back James Stewart ( also drafted in 1995 ), and wide receiver Jimmy Smith ( signed as a free agent ).
Boselli plus former teammates Mark Brunell and Bryan Schwartz started the Mattress Firm, a retail bedding store in Jacksonville that expanded to seven locations.
Boselli and friend and former teammate Mark Brunell own all Whataburger franchise locations in the Jacksonville area.

Boselli and Jacksonville
Boselli was selected as the second pick of the 1995 NFL Draft, the first-ever draft pick of the new Jacksonville Jaguars franchise.
Tony and his wife, Angi ( the former Miss California Teen USA 1987 ), created the Boselli Foundation during 1995 in Jacksonville to work with at-risk youth and help them to cultivate high self-esteem and to succeed at home, at school and at play.
He became the fifth player to re-sign with Jacksonville before retiring, joining Tony Boselli, Fred Taylor, Paul Spicer and Donovin Darius.
Johnson played college football at the University of Southern California where he was teammates with Keyshawn Johnson, Curtis Conway, Johnnie Morton, Willie McGinest, and All America tackle and fellow Jacksonville Jaguars draftee Tony Boselli.

Boselli and for
Don Anthony Boselli, Jr. ( born April 17, 1972 ) is a former American college and professional football player who was an offensive tackle in the National Football League ( NFL ) for seven seasons.
As a result of his professional success and local popularity, Jacksonville-area McDonald's restaurants offered the " Boselli Burger " in his honor for a period of time.
By the time Boselli left for Texas in 2002, he had sold his interest in the company.
In 2007, Boselli was hired as a color commentator on regional NFL telecasts for Fox, teaming with Ron Pitts.
Boselli was interviewed for an episode of NFL's Greatest Games which aired on ESPN2.
In June 2007 the party split among those who wanted to participate to the foundation of the Socialist Party along with the Italian Democratic Socialists of Enrico Boselli, The Italian Socialists of Bobo Craxi and the Association for the Rose in the Fist of Lanfranco Turci and those who wanted to maintain the allegiance to the House of Freedoms coalition.
Mamula had 28 reps of 225 lb bench presses, which was more reps than the top tackle taken in the draft ( Tony Boselli ), and his 4. 58 40-yard dash time was considered extremely fast for his position.
" in the name stood for " Fratelli Boselli ", after the owners, the Counts Boselli, a noble family from the Milan area.
In 1957, Soichiro Honda approached Mondial owner Count Boselli for purchase of a Mondial racebike, with which the firm had just won the 125 cc and 250 cc world titles.

Boselli and .
He drafted great talent such as Tony Boselli, Tony Brackens, Fred Taylor, Donovin Darius, John Henderson, Marcus Stroud, and David Garrard.
Boselli was born in Modesto, California.
Boselli was listed on the 2009 Pro Football Hall of Fame Preliminary Nominees list.
Since 2005, Boselli has lived in Ponte Vedra with his wife, Angi and their four children: Andrew, Adam, Ashli, and Alexis.
Boselli has lost a significant amount of weight and now participates in triathlons.
In his rookie season as a televised commentator, Boselli drew praise as one of the best in the business.
Boselli was a former co-host on 1010 XL with Dan Hicken and Jeff Prosser each morning from 6-10 am on Sports Final Radio.
He overcame opposition from local politicians when the Boselli Foundation proposed renovating and reopening a closed community center and has significant support.
* Paolo Boselli ( 1838 – 1932 ), Prime Minister of Italy during World War I.
In October, after a consensual separation between the two groups and the foundation of the Socialist Party by Boselli, De Michelis, Craxi, Turci and splinters from Democratic Left ( including Gavino Angius and Valdo Spini ), the group of De Michelis changed name into Socialist Party ( coherently with name of the future party ), while the group of Caldoro retained the party's name and decided to change symbol.
Boselli was re-elected secretary of the party with 784 votes out of 787 and only 3 abstentions.
Verón was chosen as the competition's most valuable player, and Mauro Boselli was its top goalscorer, with a decisive header in the final match.
The team was in transition following the departure of Sosa and the sales of Boselli, right back Marcos Angeleri, and other key players.

Mark and Brunell
Beuerlein quickly lost his starting job to former Green Bay Packer backup Mark Brunell.
In the 2000 season, veteran quarterback Mark Brunell and young running back Fred Taylor led the squad through a painful 7 – 9 season.
2002 marked the last full season for Jaguars legend Mark Brunell, who was benched in the third game of 2003 in favor of Byron Leftwich.
Quarterback Mark Brunellan off-season acquisition from the Jacksonville Jaguars — struggled in his first season, and was replaced midway through the season by backup Patrick Ramsey.
He was invited to try out for the Green Bay Packers ' training camp in 1994, but was released before the regular season began ; Warner was competing for a spot against Brett Favre, Mark Brunell and former Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer.
His client list has included Steve Bartkowski, Steve Young, Troy Aikman, Warren Moon, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Kordell Stewart, Jeff George, Ben Roethlisberger, Myron Rolle, Matt Leinart, Mark Brunell, Ricky Williams, Howie Long, Eric Karros, Dusty Baker, Lennox Lewis, Oscar de la Hoya and John Starks.
Having coached new Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell when they both were in Jacksonville, they easily formed a rapport.
Mark Allen Brunell ( born September 17, 1970 ) is an American football quarterback who is currently a free agent.
Following his senior season, Mark Brunell was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the 5th round of the 1993 NFL Draft.
In 2007, Mark Brunell was surpassed on the Redskins ' depth chart by Todd Collins.
In the last regular game of the 2010 season, while filling in for starting quarterback Mark Sanchez, Brunell threw his first scoring pass since 2006, a 17-yard touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes with 15 seconds left in the opening half.
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He was the third-string quarterback behind Drew Brees and Mark Brunell for one game against the Denver Broncos.
Leftwich took over as the Jaguars starting quarterback in game four of his rookie year after Mark Brunell was injured in the previous week's matchup against the Indianapolis Colts.
When he was healthy two weeks later, backup Mark Brunell would keep the starting job, and Beuerlein would not see action again until Week 12 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In 2004, Joe Gibbs returned to coach the team after a prolonged absence ; he originally traded for Mark Brunell as the starting quarterback ( and then quickly signed him to a long term extension ) but replaced him with Ramsey in November.
Ramsey signed a one-year contract with the New Orleans Saints on July 28, 2010 ; he was projected to serve as a veteran backup for the Saints ' starting quarterback, Drew Brees, filling the role vacated by Mark Brunell who was not re-signed after the 2009 season.
Quarterback Mark Brunell, playing with braces on both knees, completed 5 of 9 passes for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns before being replaced by Jay Fiedler in the second quarter after the Jaguars scored 38 points in the first 18 minutes.
First, Mark Brunell completed an 18-yard pass to Jimmy Smith, and then Fred Taylor ran 33 yards to the Titans 13-yard line.
* Caitlin Brunell, Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2008 ( daughter of Mark Brunell )

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