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ing hostilities there 10 years ago, when
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Back in the United States, the TV
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served as the lead NFL correspondent
for Prime Sports Press Box, now known
as Fox Sports News.
During four years as a correspondent
on Extra, he jumped out of an air-
plane, was hit with pepper spray, scaled
a 180-foot redwood tree for an inter-
view and covered events in Michigan.
"I did a story on Vladimir
Konstantinov, the Red Wing who was
severely injured in an accident," recalls
Schwartz, who also traveled to the area
to report on Domino's Farms.
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