Aditi Kinkhabwala is a national correspondent on the NFL Network and a reporter for the NFL Media Group. She appears on the network's entire roster of live programming including NFL Now, NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay Morning and Good Morning Football: Weekend. She also writes columns, as well as enterprise stories, for NFL.com. Aditi is a regular guest on radio shows from Baltimore to Los Angeles. She also continues to be a featured writer in the annual official Super Bowl program. Before embarking on a career in television, Aditi was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. She covered the New York Giants through their last Super Bowl run, offering daily insights into the team and its personalities, as well as the NFL at large. From 2002-2009, Aditi was a sports writer at The (Bergen) Record, where she primarily covered Rutgers football and men's and women's basketball, but spent summers writing on the Yankees and Mets. She was also Sports Illustrated's Big East correspondent and wrote a weekly column for SI.com. Her story on the Rutgers women's basketball team in the aftermath of Don Imus's derogatory characterization of its players was featured on the cover of that week's Sports Illustrated. Aditi's first full-time job as a journalist was at the San Antonio Express-News. But she began her career while in high school, writing for two New Jersey dailies, The News Tribune and then the Home News Tribune. Aditi currently lives in Pittsburgh with her husband and son. She was born in New York City, raised in Central New Jersey and graduated cum laude from Cornell University with a B.A. in American Studies.