Terry Bradshaw announced on Sunday that he battled cancer twice in the last year.
Bradshaw, a Hall of Fame quarterback and analyst on Fox’s NFL pregame show, spoke on air about his condition and treatment, referring to an incident that occurred in the studio last Sunday.
“Last week, I was out of breath on this show, Howie [Long] helped me. A lot of people are asking what happened to my body,” Bradshaw said. In November he was diagnosed with bladder cancer. I went to Yale University Medical Center — surgery, treatment. As of today, I am free from bladder cancer. That’s good news.
“Then in March I felt better. I had a bad neck and had an MRI. Now they found a tumor on my left neck. So I had it.The surgery was done at MD Anderson in Houston.
“My friends, I may not look like my old self, but I feel like my old self. Cancer is gone, I feel great. I guess.”
A decorated quarterback who led the Pittsburgh Steelers to their first four Super Bowl titles in a 14-year career, Bradshaw continues to stay in the spotlight after retirement. Drafted 1st overall by Louisiana Tech in the 1970 NFL Draft, Bradshaw is a two-time Super Bowl MVP, and in 1978 he won the NFL MVP award before finally making it to television. graduated from the world
Often overlooked in the days of the traditional dropback passer, the 6-foot-3-inch Bradshaw, who typically played at 220 pounds, was quick on his feet in his prime. Overall, he ran for his 2,257 yards and scored 32 touchdowns.
Bradshaw has led advertising campaigns for several companies, is a staple of Fox’s pre-game and halftime studios, and has even appeared with his family on the reality show The Bradshaw Bunch.