Learn about Terry Bradshaw’s legendary NFL career, from winning four Super Bowls to becoming a TV favorite amid health scares

TERRY BRADSHAW has had an NFL career most can only dream of.

The 74-year-old is a household name in the United States for his exploits on and off the field.

Terry Bradshaw is an NFL legend both on the field and on television

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Terry Bradshaw is an NFL legend both on the field and on televisionPhoto credit: Getty
The quarterback won four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers

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The quarterback won four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh SteelersPhoto credit: Getty – Contributor

The former quarterback is now part of FOX Sports’ NFL coverage.

He has been in the media since the end of his playing career in the 1980s.

Bradshaw was the No. 1 pick overall with the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970 NFL Draft.

And the quarterback won four Super Bowls with the franchise in which he spent his entire career.

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Bradshaw was a two-time Super Bowl MVP and a three-time Pro Bowler.

He was also named the NFL MVP in 1978 and inducted into the Steelers Hall of Honor.

After retiring, Bradshaw took up broadcasting and signed a deal with CBS.

He was part of the top CBS crew with play-by-play caller Verne Lundquist.

FOX founded its sports division in 1994 and brought in NFL rights to start it.

Bradshaw joined the network and has now been with it for almost three decades.

His broadcasting work is as iconic as his playing days in Pittsburgh.

Fears for the beloved sports star’s health surfaced this weekend following a recent analyst performance.

However, some fans believe Bradshaw, 74, may be struggling with the demands of the gig.

Fans were concerned about Bradshaw’s September 25 presentation, with one tweeting, “Terry Bradshaw just made a lot of noise but I’m not sure if those were real words.”

Another said: “I can love Terry Bradshaw but I can love Terry Bradshaw and still say it’s time for him to hand over the game highlights narrative to someone else.

“It’s painful and kind of breaks my heart. Reminds me of Pat Summerall at the end.”

Terry Bradshaw with LA Rams Head Coach Sean McVay and owner Stan Kroenke after this year's NFC Championship Game

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Terry Bradshaw with LA Rams Head Coach Sean McVay and owner Stan Kroenke after this year’s NFC Championship GameCredit: AP
Terry Bradshaw interviews John Elway after he won the 1999 Super Bowl

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Terry Bradshaw interviews John Elway after he won the 1999 Super BowlPhoto credit: Reuters

While another commented: “Terry Bradshaw is in big trouble post game show. It might be time for him to retire from broadcasting. He had to turn it off, he screwed up so much.”

A fourth added: “Terry Bradshaw naming highlights had to end 8 years ago but it’s still happening and it’s absolutely awful.”

But there were also messages of support for the icon.

One fan wrote: “Shoutout to Terry Bradshaw hope you’re alright bro.”

While the Pro Football Hall of Fame gushed, “Nobody before him and nobody who has come along since has been quite like Terry Bradshaw.

“He was also a pretty good footballer.”

Last year, Bradshaw wondered how long he would be able to keep up with the rigors of television, now well into his 70s.

Bradshaw told Men’s Journal: “I’m 73. Part of me says, ‘How long can you do TV?’

“There’s a bit of uncertainty. But I’m not done yet, I can tell you that. I live to entertain.

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“Billy Graham said the minute you retire, you start dying. But if I have to go, I want to go on stage.

“What if I die on the Fox pregame show? I would get the big numbers, right?”

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