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Interview with ESPN broadcaster, former UNC track athlete Josina Anderson


Josina Anderson has worked hard to get where she is. The former track and field athlete at the University of North Carolina fought her way on to ESPN's radar by breaking multiple national stories at Fox 31 in Denver. After joining ESPN in 2011, she was named the network's first female NFL Insider in 2015, joining other Insiders Schefter and Chris Mortensen. (Sporting News)

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