ESPN has hired Josina Anderson of Fox 31 in Denver to be a Chicago-based reporter covering the NFL, NBA and other sports. In addition to working for FOX 31, Anderson served as a correspondent on Showtime’s Inside the NFL last season. During her time in Denver, she’s been credited with breaking prominent sports stories including the deaths of Broncos players Darrent Williams, Damien Nash and Kenny McKinley.
In 2009 she received an Emmy for “A Premonition to Addis Ababa,” the story about Colorado Crush quarterback John Dutton‘s voyage to Ethiopia and his adoption of an 11-year-old boy.
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