"I've been here since the beginning, so I'm aware of what the Jaguars mean to this small city in northeast Florida as a means to become a big-league city," Sexton said. "In small ways, we've seen that people are much more tuned into what we [Sexton and analyst
Sexton said he hopes his broadcast prods some Jaguars fans to purchase a ticket or two and "solidify [the franchise's] future in a really nice little city. Radio has the opportunity to grab a hold of people in northeast Florida and make them feel what they are missing."
When asked by the
Asked about his editorial independence as a paid team staffer, Hammond said, "Nobody has changed a word of the copy, sought to change it or, after the fact, made any negative comments about anything I have written on my
Hammond said he met with five members of the Kings' front office over the course of a couple of weeks to discuss the job, including
"We talked through so many little things -- Would I work out of the Kings' offices? [No.] Would I still park in the media lot? [Yes.] -- that by the time we agreed to go forward with this, both sides had a very clear understanding of what we were doing. I'm not saying, by any means, that the Kings and I have perfected the model. But if another team decides to go down this road, it needs to have a very clear understanding of what the job will involve. At every step, I felt comfortable, in terms of my journalistic integrity, with what the Kings were saying."
The Red Zone channels are terrific for fantasy football players and gamblers because each switches to game action when a team is driving or in the red zone. (Both are in HD and show every touchdown from every game.) Hanson and Siciliano guide viewers ably, though Siciliano (a frequent fill-in for
According to the
Caray's 10th-inning call during the Twins-Tigers tiebreaker will follow him for some time. The problem now for TBS is that