Terry has made several appearances on Imus in the Morning Simulcast that airs on MSNBC, and airs on CBS Radio.
There is a bit of highway in Shreveport, LA called the "Terry Bradshaw Passway".
He was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1978.
Bradshaw has made light of comments about his own intelligence by saying "it's football, not rocket science".
Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson once claimed Bradshaw was so dumb that, "He couldn't spell 'cat' if you spotted him the 'c' and the 't'." Henderson admitted years later that he was high on cocaine when he made that remark.
He has been diagnosed with clinical depression and takes medication to control it. He has become a spokesman for the treatment of the disease.
He threw the pass which resulted in the "Immaculate Reception" in 1972, which is often regarded as the most famous play in NFL history.
He became the first quarterback to lead his team to four Super Bowl titles.
He shared Sports Illustrated's "Sportsmen of the Year" award with the Pittsburgh Pirates' Willie Stargell in 1979.
He was named to the Pro Bowl team (NFL all-star) three times.
He was named Super Bowl MVP twice.
His third wife, Charlotte Hopkins, is the mother of both of his children.
He was the first player selected in the 1970 NFL draft.
In high school, he set a national record throwing the javelin.
In college, he was a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Terry is 6' 3" tall.
He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989, inducted on his first year of eligibility.
He graduated from Woodlawn high school in Shreveport, Louisiana.
He attended Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana.
His first movie appearance was in Hooper in 1978.
His biggest hit single was a remake of Hank Williams' I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry.
He played his entire professional football career with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He has married and divorced three times.
He was married at one time to figure skater Jo Jo Starbuck.
He had a freeway named after him in Louisiana.
Has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno over 25 times.
Bradshaw was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press in 1978 and shared Sports Illustrated magazine's "Sportsmen of the Year" award with Willie Stargell in 1979.
Terry: As a player, it says everything about you if you made the Hall of Fame. But, then again, boy ... there's something about winning a Super Bowl..
Terry: You've got to stand up and do your own battles. My dad taught me that a long time ago, that you fight your own battles. The only way to shut everybody up is to win.
Terry: People respect you more if you just play and blow something out than if you take the easier road, ... That's how we think. You get more respect and people play harder for you. Just play till you blow it. Just play till it goes.
Terry: You can't dodge them all, ... I got hammered plenty of times through the years. But you just get up and keep playing. I can tell you from experience, though. Sometimes it hurts like hell.
Terry: When you've got something to prove, there's nothing greater than a challenge.