Terry Bradshaw, a member of the NFL Hall of Fame and an analyst for Fox, said on Sunday morning that he is officially cancer-free, after having received two diagnoses within the past year.
During the pregame programme for the NFL on Fox, Bradshaw disclosed that he had been diagnosed with bladder cancer in November and had surgery for the condition. Then he stated that in March of this year, physicians discovered a lump in his left neck that was a rare form of skin cancer.
He thanked God and declared that he is cancer-free at this point.
Bradshaw, who is 74 years old, stated that an incident that occurred during the show that took place last week, in which he needed assistance from his co-host Howie Long because he had run out of breath, was what motivated him to address allegations about his health in the first place.
During today’s show, Terry Bradshaw shared that he has been battling cancer over the past year. As of today, he is cancer free, and he discussed his fight and plan for the future: pic.twitter.com/RSwVxlXC97
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) October 2, 2022
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From 1970 until 1983, Bradshaw was a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers for a total of 14 seasons. The quarterback and former first overall pick led the team to their first four Super Bowl victories, and he was honoured with the Most Valuable Player award at both the Super Bowl and the league level on one occasion throughout his career.
The next year, in 1989, Bradshaw was honoured with entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
After his playing career was over, Bradshaw wasted little time in transitioning into the television industry. He was previously employed by CBS Sports before making the move to Fox in 1994. Ever since then, he has been an indispensable part of Fox’s coverage of the NFL.
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