Tracy Wolfson | Biography

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  • Full Name Tracy Wolfson
  • Occupation Sportscaster, Reporter
  • Nationality American
  • Birthplace USA
  • Birth Date Mar 17, 1975
  • Age 46 Years, 8 Months
American Sportscaster for CBS Sports

Tracy Wolfson | Biography

Previously worked for WZBN-TV and ESPN

Wolfson presently functions as the lead reporter for the NFL (National Football League) on CBS, covering Sunday games and AFC Wildcard, Divisional, and Championship games.

Tracy Wolfson is an American sportscaster employed at CBS Sports.

Who Is Tracy Wolfson?

Tracy Wolfson is a popular media figure in the sporting industry. Wolfson completed her degree in communications from the University of Michigan. 

After graduating, Wolfson went on to work for WZBN-TV station, Madison Square Garden Network, and ESPN, fulfilling the designation of a sports host and reporter. She then landed on CBS sports and has been fulfilling the same duties for over a decade and a half.

Age & Ethnicity

Tracy Wolfson was born in the United States on 17 March 1975. She is 42 years old as of 2021.  

Wolfson’s ethnicity is not revealed yet; however, she can be seen supporting Jewish culture and traditions. Her family is also engaged with the Jewish Community Center in Tenafly, New Jersey.

Career at CBS

Wolfson is a reporter and host of CBS Sports. She is a four-time Emmy nominee in the sports broadcasting category for CBS Sports. Wolfson has covered sports and games ranging from auto racing, skiing, ice skating, gymnastics, track and field, rodeo to football, basketball, and more for the network.

Wolfson presently functions as the lead reporter for the NFL (National Football League) on CBS, covering Sunday games and AFC Wildcard, Divisional, and Championship games. She also contributes as one of the anchors of the revolutionary all-female sports show We Need to Talk on CBS Sports. Furthermore, she is a lead reporter for NCAA Men’s Basketball coverage by CBS, including the tournaments March Madness and the Final Four.

Previously, she also reported in the Super Bowls of 2018, 2015, and 2013, including its 2021 TV special. Besides, she served as a sideline reporter for the first season of Thursday Night Football, 2003 Army-Navy Game, 2004 and 2005 Vitalis Sun Bowl, and 2008 Brut Sun Bowl. Similarly, she was a lead sideline reporter for CBS’s SEC Football package. In addition, she also covered the U.S. Open Tennis Championships in 2004 and 2005 for CBS.

How Tall Is Tracy Wolfson?

Wolfson stands at the height of approximately  5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m).


Wolfson has been married to her husband, David Reichel, a production manager since 2001. They exchanged wedding vows on New Year’s Eve. Wolfson and Reichel met at the University of Michigan, but their relationship didn’t start until they graduated.


The couple has three sons, Dylan, Ari, and Evan. The family of five resides in New Jersey. 

“My family is my real life, and being a mom is my number one priority,” Wolfson said in an interview with Jewish Standard. “I have an amazing job, and I worked really hard to get where I am, and I love it, but I always say that when it doesn’t work out for my family, that’s when I’m out.”

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