May 20, 2003 |
Terry Bradshaw became one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history while fighting depression. Bradshaw, now a football commentator on Fox, said in an interview with the HBO show "Real Sports" that he has had depression since he was 18. The show's first airing is tonight at 10 o'clock. He was a No. 1 pick out of Louisiana Tech in 1970 and won four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers. "I am happy that I had the courage to get help," Bradshaw said. "That's a big step because I'm a man. Men don't get depressed.
October 18, 2012 |
Terry Bradshaw, no stranger to being benched during his long career as an NFL quarterback, believes the Eagles' next big move could be benching Michael Vick. Tuesday's shocker was the firing of defensive coordinator Juan Castillo by head coach Andy Reid, who told reporters that Vick was his starting QB "as I sit here today. " Not exactly a ringing endorsement. After all, Vick's turnover rate these days - 13 in just six games - rivals the answer board on TV's Family Feud . "If I'm a betting man, do I think they sit him?"
October 14, 2011
The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (11:35 p.m., NBC10) - Terry Bradshaw; Rowan Atkinson; Game. Jimmy Kimmel Live (12:05 a.m., 6ABC) - Antonio Banderas; "Science Bob" Pflugfelder; Jane's Addiction. The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (12:37 a.m., CBS3) - Singer Liza Minnelli; actor Adam Pally. Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (12:37 a.m., NBC10) - Matthew Broderick; Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino; Bryan and Michael Voltaggio.
September 28, 2007
WHEN African-Americans speak out on unequal treatment, they are labeled racist, like Donovan McNabb for making his comment that "black quarterbacks are scrutinized more than white quarterbacks. " Is it really that hard to believe that racism could exist in the National Football League, where the quarterbacks, coaches, general managers and ticketholders are overwhelmingly white? Sports anouncer and former quarterback Terry Bradshaw ridiculed McNabb's infamous comment during the Eagles-Lions game by saying "all quarterbacks are equally scrutinized.
October 22, 1993 |
Terry Bradshaw is turning into Professor Bradshaw. On "The NFL Today" Sunday (Channel 10, 12:30 p.m.), Bradshaw will conduct his National Football Quiz. Players and coaches will be challenged to answer questions. Failing scores will be revealed, Bradshaw said. Tough prof. The theme of Sunday's "This is the NFL" (Channel 10, 11 a.m.) is "A Salute to Quarterbacks. " Former Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski will co-host. 'SIXERS INSIDER' DEBUTS The monthly "Sixers Insider" made its season debut on SportsChannel Philadelphia last night.
December 5, 1995 |
Sports fans eager to know who Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year is before reading it in next week's issue can watch a prime-time special Sunday (Channel 29, 7 p.m.). That's right: An SI television show will scoop the magazine, which won't be available until Dec. 13. SI managing editor Mark Mulvoy is not happy about that, but is playing the loyal corporate suit. "As editors," Mulvoy said yesterday, "we prefer the television show to follow the magazine. But the decision has been made.
January 18, 1991 |
Just hours before Wednesday night's bombing of Iraq began, Terry Bradshaw was talking about what it will be like to be part of an NFL broadcast during a war. "I would have a hard time seeing any reason for any football," Bradshaw, a studio analyst for CBS-TV's "The NFL Today," said in a subdued voice during a conference-call interview for the telecast of Sunday's New York Giants-San Francisco 49ers NFC championship game (Channel 10, 4 p.m.)....
December 17, 1993 |
The giant screens in NFL stadiums help fans enjoy the games. But Terry Bradshaw squirms when he sees players on the field checking out the screens for replays. "Where's my focus where, after the play, I (look up at the screen)?" said the CBS Sports analyst, who quarterbacked the Steelers to four Super Bowl titles in the 1970s. "To me, that's like doing your homework with the TV on and your momma would tell you, 'Turn that TV off. How can you concentrate if you're watching television?
November 7, 2012 |
TERRY BRADSHAW was in damage-control mode after making a comment that could be construed as racist. On Sunday, the Fox studio analyst was describing highlights of the Dolphins-Colts game. In one clip, Miami running back Reggie Bush was on his way to scoring on an 18-yard touchdown run and Bradshaw said it looked "like he was chasing that bucket of chicken the wind was blowing. " On Monday, Bradshaw offered an apology via USA Today saying he was "so sorry if I hurt anybody . . . " Geez, did he really say if ?
March 4, 2008 |
Talk about a comeback. Ben Roethlisberger signed an 8-year extension yesterday with the Pittsburgh Steelers that is worth $102 million and makes him one of the league's top-paid players. "He's a Steeler and he'll always be a Steeler," team chairman Dan Rooney said. The agreement comes after Roethlisberger re-established himself as one of the NFL's best quarterbacks last season, and nearly 2 years after his life and career were threatened by a motorcycle crash. The accident happened a few months after he led the Steelers to a Super Bowl victory.