Steelers Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw revealed on Fox NFL Kickoff on Sunday afternoon that he had battled cancer not once, but twice over the past year, and that he is now cancer free.
Bradshaw revealed that he first battled bladder cancer, and then doctors found a malignant tumor in his neck after he experienced chronic next pain. However, now after the battle, Bradshaw is officially cancer free after a long, arduous process through his journey.
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“Folks, I may not look like my old self, but I feel like my old self,” Bradshaw said. “I’m cancer-free. I’m feeling great. And over time, I’m going to be back to where I normally am. So I appreciate your prayers and concern.”
Bradshaw underwent surgery to remove the tumor and earlier on, to clear the bladder cancer out of his system. As of now, Bradshaw is officially cancer free and progressing on his journey to rehabilitation. He expects to be fully back up and running as his normal self soon.
Bradshaw, who led the Steelers to four Super Bowls in the 1970s, is one of the most legendary figures in franchise history.
He has been an analyst on numerous networks since 1984 after his retirement following elbow surgery. The Steelers will play on FOX, with Bradshaw serving as a pregame analyst in Week 6 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.