NFL fans worried about veteran broadcaster Terry Bradshaw during FOX’s pre-game show on Sunday.
The quarterback legend, 74, was back on the NFL panel for the NFC Championship game at Lincoln Financial Field.
Bradshaw was recently parodied in a much-maligned Saturday Night Live skit.
The comedy show featured impressions from the FOX panel, including Molly Kearney as Bradshaw and Devon Walker as Michael Strahan.
During the pre-game show for Eagles vs 49ers, the network aired a short skit titled “Playoff Weekend Update.”
in the Videoa parody newsreader, played by Jamie Kaler, addressed the Saturday Night Live parody directly.
During the sketch, it was claimed Bradshaw didn’t see the show because he “didn’t know what night it was”.
After the clip, the live broadcast returned to the Philadelphia panel and fans quickly realized that Bradshaw didn’t seem at all impressed.
fan Christian Hernandez asked: “Was Terry Bradshaw seriously mad after that skit?
AppleTV Lead Analyst Taylor Twellman adding, “I think Terry Bradshaw is really crazy.”
While a third fan said: “Terry Bradshaw looked upset at the satire.”
But others enjoyed the skit, with one countering, “Ok, that’s really funny.”
While another replied: “I laughed!”
Bradshaw recently opened up about his health struggles, revealing how he beat cancer twice in just a few months.
Last October, the Steelers legend revealed he was diagnosed with bladder cancer in November 2021.
The cancer underwent successful surgery, but the following March he was diagnosed with a rare form of skin cancer on the left side of his neck.
Despite his struggling health, the four-time Super Bowl winner was keen to continue covering the NFL.
And he claims he feels “great” after a turbulent eighteen months.
Bradshaw said in October: “I may not look like the old me, but I feel like the old me.
“I’m cancer free. I feel great. And in time I will be back where I normally am.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7256041/terry-bradshaw-seriously-mad-pre-game-skit-tension/ Fans worried that Terry Bradshaw was “seriously angry” after the pre-game skit, causing the FOX panel to “feel the tension.”