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In the Steelers' 16—6 Super Bowl IX victory over the Minnesota Vikings that followed, Bradshaw completed 9 of 14 passes and his fourth-quarter touchdown pass put the game out of reach and helped take the Steelers to their first Super Bowl victory. Neck and wrist injuries in forced Bradshaw to miss four games. He was sharp in a 40—14 victory over the Baltimore Coltscompleting 14 of 18 passes for yards and three touchdowns, but the Steelers' hopes of a three-peat ended when both of their 1,yard rushers Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier were injured in the win over the Colts, and the Steelers subsequently lost to the Oakland Raiders in the AFC Championship game, Jack Lambert asserted that the Steelers team was the best team that he ever played on, including the four Super Bowl teams of which he was a part.

Bradshaw had his finest season in when he was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press after a season in which he completed of passes for 2, yards and a league-leading 28 touchdown passes.

Bradshaw has in later years made light of the ridicule with quips such as "it's football, not rocket science. He passed for yards and two touchdowns in a 31—19 win over the Los Angeles Rams. Early in the fourth quarter, with Pittsburgh down 19—17, Bradshaw again turned to the long pass to help engineer a victory: a yard touchdown to John Stallworth.

After two seasons of missing the playoffs, Bradshaw played through pain—he needed a cortisone shot before every game because of an elbow injury sustained during training camp—in a strike-shortened NFL season. He still managed to tie for the most touchdown passes in the league with In a 31—28 playoff loss to the San Diego ChargersBradshaw's last postseason game, he completed of passes for yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. After undergoing off-season elbow surgery using the alias "Thomas Brady", with the actual Brady being six years old at the time[21] Bradshaw was idle for the first 14 games of the NFL season.

Then on December 10,against the New York Jetshe felt a pop in his elbow while throwing his final pass, a yard touchdown to Calvin Sweeney in the second quarter of the Steelers' 34—7 win. Bradshaw later left the game and never played again.

The two touchdowns Bradshaw threw in what would be the final NFL game played at Shea Stadium and the last NFL game played in New York City proper to date allowed him to finish his career with two more touchdowns than interceptions Bradshaw's retirement came as a surprise to some, [22] and in hindsight unplanned on the Steelers' part. Although the Steelers have not officially retired Bradshaw's number 12, they have not reissued it since his retirement and it is understood that no Steeler will ever wear it again.

The NFL could not guarantee that they would make that much and refused. A representative for Bradshaw has since denied this report. After an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno February 6, Bradshaw stated that the reason why he did not attend the MVP parade was that he was spending time with family, that he hates the crowds and the Super Bowl media circus, and also that the only way he would attend a Super Bowl is when Fox is broadcasting the game it was ABC who broadcast Super Bowl XL, which is that network's last such game to datethough Bradshaw attended several press conferences in Detroit days earlier.

Bradshaw also stated that money was not an issue. Bradshaw retired from football on July 24,[22] and quickly signed a television contract with CBS to become an NFL game analyst inwhere he and play-by-play announcer Verne Lundquist had the top rated programs.

Bradshaw was promoted into television studio analyst for The NFL Today in which he hosted with Greg Gumbel through the season. As a cross-promotional stunt, he also hosted two consecutive Digi-Bowl specials in and on Fox Kidsproviding commentary from the NFL on Fox studio in-between episodes of Digimon: Digital Monsters ; the special was the final one as the Fox Kids block ended the same year.

Bradshaw also waved the green flag at the start of the ill-fated race. Bradshaw has the reputation of being the "ol' redneck", but, in co-host and former NFL coach Jimmy Johnson 's words, the act is a "schtick. Bradshaw has also garnered the reputation for criticizing players and teams. For his work in broadcasting, Bradshaw has won three Sports Emmy Awards as a studio analyst.

During the early part of his career with the Steelers, Bradshaw was a used car salesman during the off-season to supplement his income, as this was still during the days when most NFL players didn't make enough money to focus solely on football.

In the late s and early s, Bradshaw sold peanut butter with his name and image on the label. Commercials were run on television in the Shreveport market. He also is the spokesman for Jani-King international, Inc. Bradshaw ended his ownership in Among U. As of SeptemberBradshaw was the top-ranked former pro football player in the Davie-Brown Index DBIwhich surveys consumers to determine a celebrity's appeal and trust levels. Bradshaw has been married four times.

He was first married to Melissa Babish Miss Teenage America[31] from —73; to ice skater JoJo Starbuck from —83; and to family attorney Charla Hopkins, who is the mother of his two daughters, Rachel and Erin, from Rachel Bradshaw is a graduate of Belmont University in Nashville, Tennesseeand appeared in Nashvillea reality television series about young musicians trying to make it in Nashville, and is the Album) of former Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas. The first three of Bradshaw's marriages have all ended in divorce, a subject he ridicules frequently on his NFL pre-game show.

Bradshaw was married for the fourth time, on July 8,to Tammy, his girlfriend of 15 years. After his NFL career ended, Bradshaw disclosed that he had frequently experienced anxiety attacks after games. The problem worsened in the late s after his third divorce, when he said he "could not bounce back" as he had after the previous divorces or after Soon - Brad Terry - Plays Gershwin Featuring Jarek Śmietana (CD bad game.

In addition to anxiety attacks, his symptoms included weight loss, frequent crying, and sleeplessness. He was diagnosed with clinical depression. Since then he has taken Paxil regularly. He chose to speak out about his depression to overcome the stigma associated with it and to urge others to seek help.

Bradshaw's anxieties about appearing in public, away from the controlled environment of a television studio, led to an unintentional estrangement from the Steelers. When team founder and owner Art Rooney died inBradshaw did not attend his funeral. A year later, during his Hall of Fame induction speech, Bradshaw made a point of saluting his late boss and friend, pointing to the sky and saying, "Art Rooney Trumanwhile Fox covered the game live.

Bradshaw expressed regret that he could not be there, but would later say privately that he did not feel he could face the crowds. It would not be until Septemberwhen fellow Hall of Fame teammate and longtime friend Mike Webster died, that Bradshaw finally returned to Pittsburgh to attend his friend's funeral. In OctoberBradshaw returned to the Steelers sideline for the first time in twenty years for a Monday night game between the Steelers and the Indianapolis Colts. Inwhen the Steelers played the 1,th game in franchise history, Fox covered the game at Heinz Fieldand Soon - Brad Terry - Plays Gershwin Featuring Jarek Śmietana (CD returned to cover the game.

In addition to appearing to take his position on the Steelers All-Time Team in as part of the team's 75th-anniversary festivities, he also was on the sideline Album) the home opener, where the Steelers earned their th regular-season win.

Politically, Bradshaw is a long-time supporter of the Republican Party. While Terry Bradshaw never had any problems with the Rooney familyhe had a complicated relationship with Steelers head coach Chuck Noll.

Noll and Bradshaw had an uneasy relationship during his playing days, with Bradshaw stating that he felt that Noll was too hard on him and never liked him, though the two made peace at least publicly before Noll's death in In an interview with NFL Films in for an episode of A Football Life about Noll, Bradshaw felt that the two had too much of a culture clash with their personalities.

Bradshaw also stated that Noll belittled him constantly and wanted positive reinforcement instead of "being grabbed at". In an archival interview, Noll described his relationship with Bradshaw as "professional" and "business-like" and that his personality needed to conform with the team, adding that "it worked, even if Bradshaw didn't like it. Bradshaw has appeared in numerous television commercials.

The most recent was the series of live-ads for Tide detergent along with his Fox Sports co-host Soon - Brad Terry - Plays Gershwin Featuring Jarek Śmietana (CD Menefeewhere Bradshaw shows up with a shirt stain on what appeared to be live TV from the Fox broadcast booth at Super Bowl LI and then washes it with Tide at the house of Jeffrey Tambor. The teasers leading up to the Super Bowl showed Tambor initially taking his shirts to Rob Gronkowski 's dry cleaners only to see the sleeves get ripped out.

Near the end of the Super Bowl, Menefee spills coffee on his shirt but Tambor who is watching on TV refuses to help out. Bradshaw has had cameo appearances in many shows as himself, including Brotherly LoveEverybody Loves RaymondMarried He also appeared on Malcolm in the Middle with Howie Long as the trashy coach of a women's ice hockey team.

He hosted a short-lived television series in called Home Team with Terry Bradshaw. In addition to his television work, Bradshaw has appeared in several movies, including a part in the film Hooper which starred Burt ReynoldsJan-Michael Vincentand Sally Fieldand made an appearance in the film The Cannonball Run.

Bradshaw appeared on Jeff Foxworthy 's short-lived sitcom, The Jeff Foxworthy Show as a motivational speaker for people needing to change their lives. Bill Engvall 's character is affected by Bradshaw's rantings about witchcraft and voodoo in his pre-game warm-ups. InBradshaw returned to the silver screen in the motion picture Failure to Launch.

In one notable scene he appeared nude, which his own daughters who were teenagers at the time didn't even know about until they saw the movie's premiere with their grandmother and was half-heartedly warned by Bradshaw just moments before the scene.

He mentioned on May 23,on The Tonight Show that he has been a guest 37 times, and that 34 of them were on a Friday, which happens to be the lowest watched night of television. Because my father always listened to this music, it made me like this music too.

Now, I want to listen to this music again. Post a Comment. October 10, I wasn't surprised this week when I heard the news that Eddie Van Halen had left our mortal realm. For one, has been such a parade of awful news that nothing terrible is shocking anymore.

For another, I knew Eddie had been reckoning with cancer for a long time. And for yet another, we're all just visitors here, but Eddie was especially so. We were lucky to get him for as long as we did. These essays have developed a predictable formula wherein I detail my personal history with that person's music. I fear the familiarity of that risks diminishing their impact, so for Eddie I wanted to honor his sense of innovation with my own. But there's a reason that formula came about.

Ever since I was a teenager, the primary goal of my writing has been discovery. In the process of writing, I learn w. Read more. Born: September 2in Shreveport, LA. High School : Woodlawn LA. Relatives : Brother Craig Bradshaw. Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Are you a Stathead, too? Subscribe to our Free Newsletter. This Month in Sports Reference Find out when we add a feature or make a change. Do you have a sports website? Or write about sports? We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data.

Find out more. We present them here for purely educational purposes. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos. Even a four-time Super Bowl champion, veteran public speaker, and longtime TV sports analyst is not immune to stage fright.

Speaking with Las Vegas Magazine inBradshaw admitted that hitting the stage for his very first Vegas show was nothing short of "petrifying. Admitting it was "nerve-wracking," he recalled thinking, "How am I gonna remember all of this show?

He also discussed how the performance had evolved from that first show. In addition to ditching the original title, he revealed that the renamed The Terry Bradshaw Show featured more songs and less dialogue, noting he and his producer had "edited it down to 70 minutes.

In an interview with NJ. Rising star! Entering the lucrative celeb-branded spirits market was another example of Bradshaw following his father's advice to invest in things that he knows about. Tyler Distillery of Owensboro, Kentucky.

Tyler's master distiller Jacob Call of the liquor. Bradshaw referenced his experience on the show while on stage at that year's network upfronts, and it did not go well. Describing his experience on the show, reported USA TodayBradshaw confused judge Robin Thicke for the "Blurred Lines" singer's late father when he joked that he'd been "kicked off by Alan Thicke and the little short guy from Japan.

The comment no doubt rankled enough people that Bradshaw caught some blowback. That was evident when he later issued the following apology: "I made an insensitive remark today about Ken, who I've known for some time," Bradshaw announced to USA Today through a statement.

I would like to also apologize to the Asian-American community for my insensitivity. And, like many, Bradshaw also admitted to becoming stir-crazy while under his self-imposed lockdown.

However, the celeb drew some musical inspiration from self-isolation, and the result was a new country single, " Quarantine Crazy. In an interview with Rolling StoneBradshaw explained the song's premise. According to the former NFL star, his tune tells the story of a family man with a knack for offering one excuse after another for why he didn't have time to spend with his family — and suddenly has no more excuses. So, how exactly did the track come to be? As it turns out, Bradshaw credits his wife, Tammy, for providing the song's idea and its title.

As he recalled, he was on the phone with a friend, sportswriter Buddy Martin, when, out of the blue, she exclaimed, "Terry! I'm going quarantine crazy.

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