The pair will continue their prominent NFL coverage roles.
It has been a busy morning for ESPN. First, they announced the hiring of FOX Sports’ Katie Nolan.
Next, they unveiled contract extensions for two prominent NFL voices.
Josina Anderson and Damien Woody have signed multi-year extensions with ESPN, according to a company press release.
Anderson, who was named ESPN’s first female NFL Insider in 2015, will continue her multi-faceted role as a news-breaker, game-day reporter, and regular contributor to signature programs like NFL Live, Sunday NFL Countdown and SportsCenter. Woody, the two-time Super Bowl champion offensive lineman, will continue to appear regularly on NFL Live, SportsCenter and other programs, as well as ESPN Radio.
Both Anderson and Woody have been with the network since 2011.
Looks like they will be sticking around a while longer.