After watching Terry Bradshaw on Fox NFL Sunday, fans noticed that he was sporting a Band-Aid on his face. This piqued people's interest because of his reputation as a former football player and current broadcaster. It also raised questions about his health because he seemed to be struggling to breathe at times.
The 74-year-old Football Hall of Famer went on to explain that he had received two cancer diagnoses within the past year. The first was bladder cancer, which he had successfully treated. The second was Merkel cell carcinoma, which is a cancer that affects the skin on the neck and shoulders.
When Terry was growing up in Shreveport, he was a talented athlete who was well known for his ability to throw the javelin. His father instilled him with a strong work ethic and made sure that he worked hard at anything that he did.
As a result, Bradshaw grew up to be a successful quarterback and played 14 years in the NFL. During this time, he won four Super Bowls and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was also a three-time All-Pro and an All-Decade team member.
Now, he's back in the broadcasting booth on Fox Sports and has been married four times. In addition, he has a new reality show called The Bradshaw Bunch, which gives viewers an inside look into his family life. Filmed on his ranch in Thackerville, Oklahoma, the show features everything from a surprise vow renewal ceremony to the Bradshaws filming a hot sauce commercial.