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  1. Terry Bradshaw (Football Hall of Famers) by Greg Roza, 2002-05
  2. Terry Bradshaw (Football Legends) by Ron Frankl, 1994-07
  3. Terry Bradshaw Fantasy Football Journal '97 by Terry; Weisman, Larry Bradshaw, 1997
  4. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Football Players: Terry Bradshaw, Trace Adkins, Pat "gravy" Patterson, George Doherty, Tim Rattay, Fred Dean
  5. Terry Bradshaw Fantasy Football Journal by Terry Bradshaw, 1996-06
  6. Terry Bradshaw Fantasy Football by Terry Bradshaw, 1997-06
  7. Terry Bradshaw, superarm of pro football (Putnam sports shelf) by Jim Benagh, 1976
  8. Players of American Football From Louisiana: Terry Bradshaw, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Jake Delhomme, Marshall Faulk, Chris Henry
  9. Football Digest November 1982 Terry Bradshaw/Pittsburgh Steelers on Cover, Bob Parsons/Chicago Bears, Terry Jackson/New York Giants
  10. Football Digest September 1975 Terry Bradshaw/Pittsburgh Steelers on Cover, Why Paul Warfield Left Miami Dolphins, Jerry Smith/Washington Redskins, On the Spot in 1975: O.J. Simpson Roger Staubach Bob Griese Roman Gabriel James Harris Fran Tarkenton
  11. It's Only a Game by Terry Bradshaw, 2002-08-01
  12. Keep It Simple by Terry Bradshaw, David Fisher, 2002-10-16
  13. Terry Bradshaw, Man of Steel by Terry Bradshaw, 1979-09
  14. The Picture Story of Terry Bradshaw by John Devaney, 1977-11

1. Terry Bradshaw Biography
has appeared in several movies including a 1981 appearance in Cannonball Run. He also hosted a shortlived television series in 1997 called Home Team with Terry Bradshaw . Terry
Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Terry Bradshaw Biography Terry Bradshaw (born Terry Paxton Bradshaw, September 2, 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana) is a former quarterback with the Pittsburgh Steelers in the American National Football League (NFL), and a current television host. Over a six-year span, he won four Super Bowl titles with Pittsburgh (1975, 1976, 1979 and 1980). He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989.
After graduating from Louisiana Tech, Bradshaw was the first player selected in the 1970 NFL draft. During his first several seasons, the 6'3" (190 cm), 215 lb. (97 kg) quarterback was erratic, and was ridiculed by the media for his rural roots and perceived lack of intelligence. Before one Super Bowl appearance against the Dallas Cowboys, Cowboys linebacker Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson famously ridiculed Bradshaw by saying, "He couldn't spell 'cat' if you spotted him the 'c' and the 'a'." Bradshaw got his revenge by winning the game; years later, Henderson, who struggled for years to conquer drug addiction, admitted he was high on cocaine at the time of the interview.
Bradshaw eventually became the premier quarterback in the NFL, leading the Steelers to eight AFC Central championships and the unprecedented collection of Super Bowl rings. He was named the Most Valuable Player in both Super Bowl XIII (35-31 over the Dallas Cowboys) and Super Bowl XIV (31-19 over the Los Angeles Rams). He also made significant contributions in Super Bowl IX and Super Bowl X.

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3. Terry Bradshaw Quotes
A collection of quotes attributed to Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw.
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TERRY BRADSHAW QUOTES TERRY BRADSHAW I always wanted everyone to like me. I wanted the city of Pittsburgh to be proud of me. But my first few seasons, I could to count the number of people on my bandwagon on one finger. TERRY BRADSHAW Imagine yourself sitting on top of a great thoroughbred horse. You sit up there and you just feel that power. That's what it was like, playing quarterback on that team. It was a great ride. TERRY BRADSHAW I may be dumb, but I'm not stupid. TERRY BRADSHAW
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Height: Weight: Career information College Louisiana Tech NFL Draft Round: 1 Pick: 1 Debuted in 1970 for the Pittsburgh Steelers Last played in 1983 for the Pittsburgh Steelers Career history Career highlights and awards Career NFL statistics as of 1983 TD INT QB Rating Stats at Pro Football Hall of Fame College Football Hall of Fame Terry Paxton Bradshaw (born September 2, 1948) is a former American football quarterback with the Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League (NFL) . He played 14 seasons. He is a football analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday . In a six-year span, he won four Super Bowl titles with Pittsburgh ( and ), becoming the first quarterback to do so, and led the Steelers to eight

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Official HOF Page Passing Statistics Season Stats Listed by Individual Game Career Yearbook Profiles From Media Guides Picture Archive Thumbnail Pages Page 1 Page 5 Page 2 Page 6 ... Page 4 Greatest Games Extensive Info! '74 Playoffs vs. Bills Super Bowl X '76 Playoffs vs. Colts Super Bowl XIII ... '79 vs Browns (OT) Super Bowls Extensive Info! Super Bowl IX Super Bowl X Super Bowl XIII Super Bowl XIV Broadcasts on VHS Audio Broadcasts Records, Honors MVPs, Pro Bowls, etc. Assorted Stuff 30 Greatest Steelers Terry's FOX Bio Bradshaw Quotes Terry Defends Kordell Related Links QB Rating Calculator Circle 12 Ranch Other Tributes Jack Lambert Franco Harris Greg Lloyd Lynn Swann E-Mail Us! Page Created by "It was overpowering. It was overwhelming. I loved playing pro football. I loved it. It was my heart and soul and my mind. I lived it. I breathed it. I loved it with all my fiber." Terry Bradshaw Click Here for more Bradshaw quotes!

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American football player, a champion with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was the first quarterback to lead his team to four Super Bowl wins. Bradshaw was a member of Christian Athletes and was given an honorary doctorate from a Baptist school for his commitment to his faith. In June 1976, he married skating star Jo Jo Starbuck. With an exciting and full life, Bradshaw is the subject of two entertaining biographies, "No Easy Game" and "Terry Bradshaw, Man of Steel." In his 1989 autobiography, "Looking Deep," as a self-proclaimed male chauvinist, he examines his failed marriage to Starbuck whose career, he claims, interfered with his plans for a family. His second marriage produced a daughter, Rachel. Bradshaw parlayed his success with the Steelers into a sports casting career, with sidelines as an author, pitchman, and singer. As a sportscaster, he has better access to and credibility with players and coaches than any other announcer than John Madden. His fame got him the job in 1985, giving him a reasonably secure place in the competitive business of hanging onto a network assignment. It also brings great pressure with the question of whether or not an ex-jock can hack it. Bradshaw can take the heat, he's not shy about plunging into public waters. He's also tried other venues: a failed TV pilot and two Burt Reynolds screeching-tire-movies plus cutting a county-western album and a gospel album.

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Career Statistics Other Resources The first quarterback to take a team to four Super Bowl victories, Bradshaw played at Louisiana Tech and was the first player chosen in the 1970 NFL draft, by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound Bradshaw became a starter in 1971. The Steelers featured the "Steel Curtain" defense and a powerful running attack led by Franco Harris, but Bradshaw's strong arm gave them the threat of the deep pass, helping to loosen opposing defenses. A tough competitor, Bradshaw excelled in big games. During his career, he passed for more than 300 yards only seven times, but three of those performances came in post-season play, two of them in the Super Bowl. Although he temporarily lost the starting job to Joe Gilliam in 1974, Bradshaw took over again during the season and helped take the Steelers to their first Super Bowl victory, a 16-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings, in which he completed 9 of 14 passes. The following year, Bradshaw threw a 64-yard touchdown pass to Lynn Swann with a little more than 3 minutes remaining to beat the Dallas Cowboys 21-17 in Super Bowl X.

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13. Bradshaw, Terry (Paxton)
Bradshaw, Terry (Paxton) (b. Sept. 2, 1948, Shreveport, La., U.S.), American professional football quarterback for the National Football League (NFL) Pittsburgh Steelers.
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(b. Sept. 2, 1948, Shreveport, La., U.S.), American professional football quarterback for the National Football League (NFL) Pittsburgh Steelers. He led his team to four American Football Conference (AFC) championships (1974-75, 1978-79) and, all four times, to Super Bowl victories. Bradshaw was the star quarterback during his last two years at Louisiana Technical University (Ruston). He was signed by the Steelers in 1970 as their first draft choice but did not come into his own until 1974, when the Steelers won their first championship. He led the league in average yardage gained by passing (1977-78). Related Propaedia Topics: Recreation, sports and games

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Terry Bradshaw. Terry Paxton Bradshaw. Position QB Height 63 Weight 215 lbs. Born September 2, 1948 in Shreveport, LA College Louisiana Tech (school history)
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1948 - He was born on the 2nd of September Shreveport, Louisiana U.S.A.
1969 - He was considered by most pro scouts to be the most outstanding college football player.
1971 - He was drafted to Pittsburgh Steelers (American football team).
1978 - He was named as the NFL's Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press (a American news agency owned by its contributing newspapers, radio and TV stations in the United States.
1983 - He retired as professional football player.
1984 - He signed a television contract with CBS to become a NFL game analyst.
1990 - He was promoted into television studio analyst for "The NFL Today". 1996 - He was voted into the College Football Hall of Fame. 1999 - He was ranked number 44 on "The Sporting News" (American based football magazine) list of the 100 Greatest Football Players. 2001 - He entered the world of NASCAR (the largest sanctioning body of motorsports in the United States).

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