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The Collected Wisdom Of Terry Bradshaw, In The Form Of His Eight Goofiest Quotes

On the field, Terry Bradshaw’s actions spoke for themselves. The Pittsburgh Steelers legend was the first quarterback to win three — then four — Super Bowls, all within the span of six years, and Bradshaw took home the game MVP award in half of those victories. 501 more words


Sports Songs: Sports Broadcasters, Len Kasper, Bob Brenly, Don Drysdale, Don Meredith, Peter Gammons, Chick Hearn, Al Bernstein, Terry Bradshaw

In this edition of Sports Songs, Rick Gieser plays songs performed by sports broadcasters, including Len Kasper, Bob Brenly, Terry Bradshaw, Don Drysdale, Don Meredith, Peter Gammons, Chick Hearn and Al Bernstein. 9 more words

Sports Songs With Rick Gieser

Bearly Watchable (January 23, 2011)

“Somebody needs to tell the Bears this isn’t a preseason game.”

– Terry Bradshaw, NFL Fox Analyst, 3:30 PM today

At the risk of alienating my rabidly “Bear Down” family any further (please stop the bitter posts on my Facebook wall!), I must acknowledge the Bears miserable play in today’s NFC Championship Game.  442 more words

Contemplating My Navel (Personal Blog)

Ving Rhames Joins Owen Wilson, Terry Bradshaw in 'Bastards' Cast

Ving Rhames is joining Ed Helms, Owen Wilson, J.K. Simmons and Terry Bradshaw in Alcon Entertainment’s comedy “Bastards.”

“Bastards” marks the directorial debut of cinematographer Larry Sher (the “Hangover” films). 96 more words


Terry Bradshaw: The Blonde Bomber

One of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history, Terry Bradshaw has spent much of his life playing, reporting and commenting on football.

Born on September 2, 1948, in Shreveport, Louisiana, professional football player Terry Bradshaw was selected as an All-American while playing for Louisiana Technical University. 494 more words


J.K Simmons and Terry Bradshaw Join Comedy 'BASTARDS'

J.K Simmons and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw have joined Ed Helms and Owen Wilson in Alcon’s upcoming feature comedy Bastards.

BASTARDS is the directorial debut of veteran cinematographer Larry Sher ( 179 more words