ESPN correspondent Josina Anderson is 37 years old. She was born on August 15, 1978.
Josina Anderson is a National NFL Insider and reporter for ESPN. She primarily appears on NFL Live, NFL Insiders, Sunday NFL Countdown and SportsCenter. Her role spans enterprise feature reporting, serving as a game-day reporter for Countdown, and regular in-studio appearances on NFL Insiders.
Anderson, who originally joined ESPN as a Chicago-based reporter in August 2011, was named the company’s first female National NFL Insider in August 2015.
Prior to ESPN, Anderson worked as a sports weekend co-anchor/reporter/producer for FOX 31 in Denver from August 2005 until joining ESPN, producing the nightly sportscasts and covering all the city’s local professional teams. She also served as reporter for Showtime’s award-winning Inside the NFL program from Sept. 2010 through Aug. 2011.
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