Terry Bradshaw is a very well known and loved sports and entertainment figure. Born on September 2, 1948, in Shreveport, Louisiana, Terry Bradshaw has always been outgoing, gregarious and charming. From his early days playing for Louisiana Technical University when he was named an “All-American”, to being the first player selected in the 1970 draft and going on to play for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bradshaw’s career can only be described as outstanding. The first quarterback ever to win four Super Bowl Championships, he was twice named Super Bowl “MVP” for his accomplishments. Bradshaw still holds a number of Super Bowl all-time passing records to this day. Back in the 1970’s, football players were allowed to call their own plays and Bradshaw excelled at this. After all of his awesome football accomplishments, what could someone like Terry Bradshaw do next?
Terry retired from professional football in 1984 and became a Color Analyst for CBS Sports on their NFL broadcasts and later one of the in-studio co-hosts along with Brent Musberger. He later joined the staff of The NFL Today. In 1994, he moved to Fox Sports and became one of the co-hosts and analysts on Fox NFL Sunday. One of sports media’s most recognizable and likable personalities, Bradshaw continues to be known for his humor and his charm on the air and in person.
Football and co-hosting are not the only talents Bradshaw possesses. He is an actor, (numerous TV guest spots), singer (recorded six country/western albums), author of the best selling “It’s Only A Game” and four other books, and a highly sought-after motivational speaker for Fortune 500 companies. And to top off his list of accomplishments, Terry has also helped to raise an impressive amount of money and awareness for charitable organizations.
As the host of Viewpoints, Bradshaw continues to motivate to the fullest by informing, educating and inspiring viewers on an abundance of topics. For him, it‘s a way of life — a winning spirit that always motivates, perseveres and triumphs.