Brian Sexton Bio
Jaguars’ broadcaster Brian Sexton embarks on his 25th NFL season in the fall of 2018 and is one of only three people who has seen all 475 games the Jaguars have played since their Inaugural Season in 1995.
Sexton joined the Jaguars in October of 1994 as the “Voice of the Jaguars” which was a role he held through the first 19 seasons of Jaguars football. In addition to calling the games on the Jaguars Radio Network he hosted weekly coach’s radio and television shows and contributed to Jaguars programing in a variety of ways.
In 2014 he took on the duties of Jaguars.com senior correspondent and has brought insight and opinion to Jaguars Media with a unique perspective and understanding of the club that few in north Florida can match.
From 2002-2004 Sexton worked NFL Europe game broadcasts for Fox Sports and the NFL Network.
Over 24 years with the Jaguars and in Jacksonville he’s become one of the most sought after speakers and emcees in north Florida and lends his time and support to a variety of organizations and causes such as the North Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America, The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation and the Diocese of St. Augustine.
In April of 2000 he was a guest on ABC’s hit television series, “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” where he won $32,000 and in 2003 was named to the Jacksonville Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list.
Brian and his wife Jennifer are active at St. Paul’s in Jacksonville Beach and in the Cursillo movement in the Diocesse. They are longtime residents of Atlantic Beach with their sons Keegan (16), Rian (13) and Kolbe (12).