Terry Bradshaw Biography
Terry Bradshaw is a former American professional footballer who played in the National Football League. He has also served as a television sports analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. In fact, he is one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.
Terry was born in Shreveport, Louisiana to William Marvin Bradshaw and Novis Gay. He then lived with his family members in Camanche, Lowa, where he developed interest in playing football.
As a teenager, Terry returned to his birth place alongside his parents. While there, he joined Woodland High School, playing under assistant coach A. L. Williams. Under his stewardship, the team went for the AAA state championship game in 1965. However, they lost 12-9 to the Sulphur Golden Tornadoes.
In the same team, Woodland, Bradshaw set a national record for throwing the javelin at 245 feet (approx 75 m). This won him a spot in the Sports illustrated feature, Face In The Crowd.
After joining college at Louisiana Tech University in 1966, Terry shook media waves on account of his reputation as a seasoned footballer from Shreveport. He was second on the depth chart behind Phil “Roxie” Robertson. Robertson was a year ahead of him and always played a starter for the 1966 and 1967 seasons.
In 1969, Terry was named by most professinal clubs as the most outstanding college footballer in the nation. In fact, at his junior level he collectively covered 2,890 yards, ranking number one in the NCAA. Furthermore, he led his team to a 33-13 and 9-2 record win over Akron in the Rice Bowl.
At his senior level, he gained 2314 yards, rising to number three in the NCAA. He graduated owning virtually all Louisiana Tech College passing record at that moment. Later in 1984, Bradshaw was included in the Louisiana sports hall of fame. Moreover, four years later, he inclined into the State of Louisiana Sports hall of fame.
After playing for several years for Steelers, Terry retired from football on July 24, 1984.
Since 1994, Terry has been working as a television sports analyst as well as the co-host of Fox NFL Sunday.
Terry Bradshaw Age|Birthday
Bradshaw was born on September 2, 1948, in Shreveport, Louisiana, the United States. He is 71 years old as of September 2019.
Terry Bradshaw Wife|Married
Terry has been married to his wife Tammy Bradshaw since 2014. However, he has been married four times. First, he married Melissa Babish from 1971-1973. Melissa was a Miss Teenage America in the year 1969.
He then moved to Marry Jojo Starbuck between 1976 and 1983. His other wife before marrying Tammy was Charlotte Hopkins in 1983. The duo lived together up until 1999 when the two parted ways.
Terry Bradshaw Family|Parents
Terry was born to his father, William Marvin Bill Bradshaw, a Sparta Tennessee native. William was a veteran of the United States Navy. His mother is Novis Gay born to Lula Gay of Red River Parish in Louisiana. Bradshaw has an older brother, Gary Bradshaw, and also a younger brother, Craig.
Terry Bradshaw Children
Bradshaw is blessed with two daughters; Rachel Bradshaw, and Erin Bradshaw.
Terry Bradshaw Net Worth|Salary
Bradshaw is estimated at a net worth of $15 million as of 2020. Moreover, his annual salary is estimated at $2 million. Terry also makes money from real estate and endorsements such as Tide, Ford, and Nutrisystem.