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Relationship Timeline Of Peter Schrager
Peter Schrager is an American sports analyst, author, and show host famous for hosting the NFL morning television program Good Morning Football. He is currently a reporter for Fox Sports 1 and has established his career as the senior NFL writer for foxsports.com.
Moreover, Schrager is also a sideline NFL reporter for FOX sports. He has also appeared in the humourous sports TV series Garbage Time with Katie Nolan, NFL Top 10, NFL on Fox, and many more.
Is Schrager Married or Single?
Peter Schrager is a married man who is married to Erica Tracey Hirshfeld. The couple tied their wedding knot on 2013 June 22. They organized the ceremony privately at Pikesville Woodholme Country Club, Maryland. Interestingly, only their family and close ones were invited to their marriage.
After a few years of marriage, the couple was blessed with a baby child named Mel Peter. It has been almost ten years of their marriage, and they are still together, free of internal conflict and enjoying their married life.
Erica Tracey Hirshfeld: Schrager's Wife
Erica Tracey Hirshfeld came into the public eye after marrying Schrager. She was raised by her father, David J. Hirshfeld, and her mother, Sarah Hirshfeld.
Currently, Erica Tracey serves as the production head of Trollbäck + Company. She graduated from the University of Michigan. As of now, the lovely couple Schrager and Erica Tracey both are living their life happily in Brooklyn, New York City.
Net Worth & Lifestyle of Peter Schrager
Schrager has gathered enough money to live a comfortable life as a FOX Sports correspondent for over one and a half decades.
The television personality Peter Schrager's estimated net worth is $1 million. His primary sources of income are writing, royalties from books, sportscasting, hosting, and many more, like Keith Olberman.
As per authoritative sources, Schrager's salary for hosting Good Morning Football is around $80 thousand. As a chief senior writer for foxsports.com, he earns about $7000 per month.
Schrager's Early Life & Childhood
The versatile TV personality Schrager was born on April 22, 1982. His parents raised him in a hamlet named Freehold in New Jersey, USA. He spent most of his childhood there in New Jersey.
Schrager had completed his high school graduation from Freehold Township High School, located in his hometown. After high school graduation, he decided to pursue political science in his undergraduate program. In 2004 he graduated with a degree in Political Science from Emory University in Georgia.
Moreover, Schrager has been interested in writing and reporting since high school. He used to host a popular campus radio show which aired weekly. He was also fond of writing from an early age and used to write articles. Schrager was often featured for his writings in his college's daily newspaper, Emory Wheel.
Schrager Career As an Author & Writer
As mentioned earlier, Schrager's passion for writing was developed early. Along with writing for various sports channels and websites, Schrager has published two books.
On October 22, 2013, Schrager published his first book, Strength of a Champion: Finding Faith and Fortitude Through Adversity, with his friend O. J. Brigance. He has also been a co-author of the New York Times bestseller Out of the Blue with Victor Cruz, which was initially released in 2012.
Career & Professional Life
Nearly after two years of his graduation, Schrager joined FOX sports. He started his career as a junior writer on foxsports.com and as a correspondent for Fox News channel covering national stories.
With the official launch of Fox Sports 1 in August 2013, Schrager started to make a regular appearance on the channel as an NFL reporter. After that, he interviewed several NFL superstars and athletes.
Later, in 2016, beginning with the launch of Good Morning Football, he started serving as one of the four hosts, along with Kay Adams, for the show on the NFL network.
In addition, he was appointed as Chief Senior writer of NFL for foxsports.com in 2021. Just like him, Paul Finebaum is also a Sportscaster, Sports author, TV, and Radio Personality.
Awards & Nominations
The veteran sportscaster Peter Schrager has also won awards for his outstanding contributions related to sports journalism. In 2013, Schrager was honored with ''Sports Emmy for Outstanding Studio Show'' for his contribution as chief editor of "Inside the NFL" showtime.
Schrager and his four fellows were also awarded for their show Good Morning Football. The popular show won the ''Sports Emmy Award'' for Outstanding Studio Show - Daily 2022.
Appearance on TV shows & Podcasts
Besides his professional life, Schrager has also joined various TV shows and podcasts. In August 2019, he released his podcast Hard Knocks. He has also been a part of Bill Simons Podcast and appeared on more than thirty-five episodes.
Schrager is also famous for joining two episodes of The Dan Patrick Show in 2018 and 2018. He was invited to Fox Business Tonight with Lou Dobbs on July 8, 2013.
Presence in Social Media
Peter Schrager does not seem much active on the internet. He barely has accounts on a few social media apps. The only social media on which Schrager is active is Twitter.
Schrager's verified Twitter account, @PSchrags, created in 2010, has over 350K followers. He often posts tweets related to NFL on his Twitter handle. We can see that Schrager is a massive fan of sarcasm and humor as he sometimes retweets humorous memes and posts.
Also Active on Facebook
Schrager has a Facebook handle but is not active on it. His Facebook account @Peter Schrager which is verified has over nine thousand followers.
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