Peter joined the WFAN staff in August of 2009 as an update anchor after serving as a fill-in reporter on the FAN since March of 2007. He has been the Jets beat reporter since 2010 and has covered Super Bowls XLV and XLVI for the FAN. In addition to his work at WFAN, he is also a sports anchor/reporter for Sirius XM Satellite Radio and WCBS Newsradio 880 as well as a columnist for Jets Confidential, a monthly newspaper devoted to Gang Green.
Peter has been a member of the New York sports media since graduating from Buffalo State College with a degree in Broadcasting in 1989. His first job was with Sports Phone before moving on to work for a variety of New York area radio stations including WABC where he served as an anchor, reporter, and host.
He was the radio play-by-play voice of the Arena Football League’s New York Dragons from 2001 through 2008 while also handling play-by-play for selected telecasts. He was chosen by the league to be the play-by-play announcer for the national radio broadcasts of the Arena Bowl from 2006 to 2008. Peter also handled radio play by play for the XFL’s NY/NJ Hitmen in 2001 and for the New York Saints of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League from 1993 through 1996.
Peter enjoys spending time with his family, collecting sports memorabilia, and travel.
A graduate of East Meadow High School, Peter resides on Long Island with his wife Sheryl and their sons Bradley and Jared.
If the “x” gets put next to “Jets” in the AFC standings come January, it will be because of some soul searching that was done at halftime of Sunday’s 27-21 win over the Chargers at MetLife Stadium.
The Jets are ready to put their three game losing streak in their rear-view mirrors as they welcome the 0-4 Dolphins to MetLife Stadium on Monday night.
Peter Schwartz caught up with Freeman McNeil to get his thoughts on being selected for the Ring of Honor, his career, and the current Jets.
The finger-pointing has started. The losses are mounting. The offense continues to struggle — and the guarantees have stopped. What’s next for the Jets?
After two straight losses, perhaps facing the Patriots is the tonic the Jets need.
I’m not usually one to press the panic button after four games, but we have reached the quarter pole of the season and its clear that we don’t know what the Jets identity is just yet.
One week after a flat out disaster, the Jets have a chance to bounce back.
About a year ago, someone finally convinced me to give “Jersey Shore” a chance. It was five minutes of my life that I’ll never get back. I kind of feel the same way about Sunday’s Jets game.
Under normal circumstances, I would pick the Jets to win this game 31-10. But with the offense without Mangold and the likelihood of Sanchez being pressured into some mistakes, I the game will be a lot closer Jets fans would hope for.
Under normal conditions, the Jets would be sky high after their 32-3 win over the Jaguars, but they are holding their collective breaths and crossing their fingers about the status of Pro Bowl center Nick Mangold.
After New York’s emotional comeback win Sunday night, a lot of people are bringing up the “L-word.” How do the Jets avoid a letdown?
Jets QB Mark Sanchez was a full participant in practice Wednesday, and was feeling “good” despite undergoing concussion tests after Sunday night’s win.
It was fitting that on the tenth anniversary of 9/11, New York showed courage, stayed together and rallied.
The Jets’ head coach has been no stranger to brash quotes since replacing Eric Mangini in 2009. But his words this past Monday clearly outline how the organization feels about Sunday night’s regular season opener against the Cowboys at MetLife Stadium.
On Sunday night, the Jets will host the Cowboys at MetLife Stadium on the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The Jets will join the NFL and the nation as they honor, remember, and reunite with special ceremonies throughout the night.