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Josina Anderson Out at ESPN

Josina Anderson Out at ESPN

ESPN reporter Josina Anderson is out at the network, an individual with knowledge of the decision told TheWrap.

The decision to release Anderson is not related to any coronavirus-led cutbacks at ESPN nor Disney. In April, ESPN executives and some of its top TV talent took pay cuts. Anderson’s role will be filled by network veterans Field Yates, Jeremy Fowler, Dan Graziano and Dianna Russini, as well as newcomer Kimberley Martin.

ESPN declined to comment. The New York Post was first to report on Anderson’s ouster.

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During her nine-year career with ESPN, Anderson was featured prominently on the network’s NFL coverage including “Sunday NFL Countdown,” “NFL Live” and “SportsCenter.” She was a reporter with Fox 31 in Denver prior to her days at ESPN.

Anderson faced criticism for a few comments she made regarding the incident between Pittsburgh Steelers

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