Who is Terry Bradshaw?
Terry Bradshaw is an American sports analyst. He is well known for his role as co-host of Fox NFL Sunday since its inception in 1994. He has appeared in multiple television programs mostly as himself and has released a number of country music albums.
Terry has a reputation for being a fierce competitor and for having one of the strongest arms in NFL history. His athletic prowess and leadership on the field were crucial to the success of the Steelers.
Terry Bradshaw Age
Bradshaw is 74 years old as of 2022. He was born on September 2, 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Terry Bradshaw Measurements
Bradshaw stands at an average height of 6 feet 3 inches with a moderate weight of 215 lb (98 Kg).
Terry Bradshaw Wife
Bradshaw is married to Tammy, his girlfriend of 15 years. The couple married on July 8, 2014. Prior to this, Terry had married three times which all ended in divorce. He likes to make fun of this subject on his NFL pregame show.
His first marriage was to Melissa Babish from 1972 to 1973. His second marriage was to JoJo Starbuck from 1976 to 1983 and his last marriage was to Charla Hopkins from 1983 to 1999.
Terry Bradshaw Children
Bradshaw has two daughters namely Erin Bradshaw and Rachel Bradshaw from his marriage with Charla Hopkins.
Terry Bradshaw Salary
Bradshaw earns an annual salary of $5 million. His salary comes from his career as a sports analyst and commentator. He also generates some extra income from brand endorsements and sponsorships.
Terry Bradshaw’s Net Worth
Bradshaw has a net worth of around $45 million. His earnings as a former professional NFL player are said to be his primary source of wealth.
What Type Of Cancer Does Terry Have?
Bradshaw revealed in September 2022 that he had undergone treatment for bladder cancer and neck cancer between 2021 and 2022. This came after viewers expressed their concerns during his appearance on Fox NFL Sunday.
He had a terrible neck in March 2022, but he was in good health. An MRI scan done on the left side of the neck showed a Merkel cell tumor, a rare type of skin cancer.
Terry visited the Yale University Medical Center for treatment and his surgery was done at M.D. Anderson in Houston. As of October 2022, Terry is bladder-cancer free.
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Terry Bradshaw Career
Bradshaw competed in 14 seasons for Pittsburgh, helped the Steelers win eight AFC Central titles, and became the first quarterback to win three and four Super Bowls. He also won four Super Bowls in a six-year span.
He announced his retirement from professional football on the 24th of July 1984. Shortly after, he swiftly landed a broadcast deal with CBS to work as an NFL game analyst in 1984, where he and play-by-play announcer Verne Lundquist became the most popular shows.
In 1990, Bradshaw received a promotion to television studio analyst for The NFL Today.
He joined Fox NFL Sunday in 1994 when the Fox network launched its sports division by purchasing the NFL TV rights, where he currently serves as a humorous counterpoint to his co-hosts.
Bradshaw has also developed a reputation for belittling individuals and groups. He has received three Sports Emmy Awards for his studio analyst work in broadcasting.