Born in Hackensack, New Jersey and raised in Rutherford, Wragge attended Mahwah High School in Mahwah, New Jersey, where he was an athlete. He earned three varsity letters and graduated a year early with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications to pursue a career in professional sportscasting.
He is the co-anchor for New York"s CBS2 News This Morning and CBS2 News at Noon alongside Mary Calvi. He was previously on WCBS"s 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. broadcasts, until he moved to Columbia Broadcasting System"s The Early Show (nationwide), where he served as morning co-anchor from January 2011 until January 6, 2012, when the broadcast was replaced. He received a football scholarship to the University of New Hampshire.\r\nWragge became sports reporter for WMUR-television in Manchester, New Hampshire, where his first television appearance was as a reporter as part of a 48 Hours expose on National Basketball Association Spring Break 1991.
He then became anchor for the nightly sportscasts on WVIT-television, an National Broadcasting Company affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut. Wragge was also a reporter for National Broadcasting Company Sports, including the National Basketball Association, the Women's National Basketball Association, Notre Dame football, the Gator Bowl, the Sun America Sportsdesk, and the Olympics.\r\nFrom 1996-1997, he was a correspondent with the nationally-syndicated entertainment news show Entertainment Tonight. His first interview was with actor Kurt Russell.
He went on to cover the Oscars, the Emmys, and the Grammys.\r\nIn 1998, Wragge joined National Broadcasting Company Sports and became Sports Director and anchor of the nightly sportscasts on News2Houston on KPRC-television in Houston, Texas, and was the recipient of the 2002 Associated Press "Best Sportscast" award for the Houston area. In December 2000, while still with National Broadcasting Company Sports and KPRC, Wragge joined United States of America Sports as the on-site correspondent for Professional Golf Association Tour Sunday, the Professional Golf Association Tour"s leading broadcast partner. He also became presenter of the Ask DIY, HGTV and the Travel Channel.\r\nIn 2003 and 2004, Wragge was a behind-the-chutes reporter for the PBR"s Built Ford Tough Series during their National Broadcasting Company telecasts, and during a couple of events served as the play-by-play announcer in George Michael"s absence.
In 2004, after broadcast legend Warner Wolf was abruptly fired, Wragge joined WCBS-television as lead sports anchor. On November 6, 2006, Wragge become news anchor for CBS2 News at Noon and Columbia Broadcasting System News at 5 Prime Minister with newly hired Kristine Johnson.\r\nThe pair replaced Mary Calvi and news veteran Roz Abrams. On January 3, 2011, Wragge became the lead weekday anchor (with Erica Hill) for Columbia Broadcasting System News"s The Early Show after serving as in the same role on the Saturday version for the past few years (while also working his primary job at WCBS).
In September 2011, when Wragge was told of impending changes to the Columbia Broadcasting System morning program, he returned to WCBS, replacing Don Dahler as co-anchor for New York"s WCBS-television 6 p.m. weeknight telecast, alongside Dana Tyler.\r\nIn July 2012, he and Tyler also became co-anchors of WLNY-television 10/55"s News at 9 p.m. In February 2013, Wragge was moved to anchor Columbia Broadcasting System 2 News This Morning and Columbia Broadcasting System 2 News at Noon with alongside Mary Calvi replacing Rob Morrison due to Morrison"s departure following a domestic violence incident. As a result, Dana Tyler works solo on Columbia Broadcasting System 2 News at 6PM.
Married Victoria Silvstedt, June 2000.