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Anderson, SalPal relish SB LII beats

SportsCenter reporters have Pats, Eagles covered

Sal Paolantonio and Josina Anderson bring fans the latest on the Super Bowl teams. (Bill Hofheimer/ESPN)

MINNEAPOLIS – ESPN kicks off its daily Super Bowl LII shows and NFL-themed segments from set locations in Minnesota today.

Earlier this week, ESPN’s NFL Nation reporters Mike Reiss and Tim McManus shared their thoughts on covering the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles’ beats, respectively.

SportsCenter also has reporters assigned to the Super Bowl LII teams. They gave Front Row their perspectives.

Josina Anderson, National NFL Insider/Reporters:

“I am very appreciative of the opportunity to cover Super Bowl LII and the New England Patriots as they enter into their historic eighth Super Bowl trip in the Bill Belichick-Tom Brady era. It is quite an experience to witness Tom Brady as a 40-year-old quarterback venture to lead this team and attempt to sustain the same elite level of excellence on the world’s biggest sports stage.”

Sal Paolantonio, National Correspondent:

“This is my 25th year covering the Eagles. And to be covering them in the Super Bowl after a quarter century is the perfect confluence of my career and this franchise. I’m embedded in the team hotel and I’m loving every minute of it.”