Jordan DeArmon

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Jordan DeArmon joined the team in May of 2017 becoming the first female sports anchor at WBBM. A native of Atlanta, she earned her journalism degree from the University of Georgia in 2013.

She began her career as a reporter and video editor at Comcast Sports Southeast before moving to ESPN Nashville for morning radio in 2014. Her first position as a morning show producer transitioned into a on-air roll-the first full-time female on Nashville sports radio. During the NHL season, she also worked on the sidelines for the Nashville Predators Radio Network.  

In 2016, Jordan moved to Jacksonville, Florida to co-host the 17th ranked mid-market morning show in the country, 'The Drill' on 1010XL - home of the Jaguars. On Tuesday evenings, she was a co-host on 'Helmets and Heels' the first all-female football radio show in the country.  

Jordan resides in Chicago with her three rescue chihuahuas.

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    Clayton Custer
    Clayton Custer talks with the media Tuesday as Loyola prepared for their Final Four matchup with Michigan this weekend. (Jordan DeArmon/WBBM Newsradio)
    March 27, 2018 - 9:13 pm

    “We’ve been winning games all season long, and we beat really good teams all year long," the Loyola University point guard said Tuesday as his team prepared for their Final Four appearance.

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