Terry Bradshaw is a four time super bowl winner and was elected into the Football Hall of Fame. After he retired, he quickly signed a contract with Fox Sports to be a play-by-play NFL announcer.
Website Purpose and Publisher Information
My name is Brett McGee and I am a student at Holman Middle School. I am currently in sixth grade and this is my first year at Holman. Holman is located in Henrico County which is in the state of Virginia.
I made this website as a project for my sixth grade English class. I chose to do my website on Terry Bradshaw because I love to play the sport of football and I admire his success. Creating this website, I have learned many interesting things about the announcer that you will often hear broadcasting the football game you are watching. For example, I had no idea that he had married and then divorced three times. I had a good time making this project and loved learning about Terry Bradshaw.
Why Terry Bradshaw was elected into the Hall of Fame
This is cause and effect because all of his records and stats helped him get elected into the National Football League Hall of Fame. For example, he broke every Pittsburgh Steelers passing record. In 1979, he threw 472 passes for 259 completions for 3,724 passing yards. He has four Super Bowl rings and is tied with Joe Montana for the most any quarterback has every gotten. He is tied for second with a couple other people behind Joe Montana for the Super Bowl MVP record.
Terry Bradshaw: Career and Retirement
Terry Bradshaw led his team to four Super Bowls and received two Super Bowl MVP awards after being drafted as the number one overall pick to the Pittsburgh Steelers. In addition, he broke every Pittsburgh passing record. Terry Bradshaw isn't only an all star football player. He quickly signed a contract to be a NFL broadcaster for Fox Sports after he stopped playing professional football. He also wrote the book "It's Only a Game" and sang a the hit song "I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry."
Important events in Terry Bradshaw's Life
Terry Bradshaw was born in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1948 and played football for Louisiana Tech. One of the most exciting days of his life was his draft day. In 1970, he was drafted to the Pittsburgh Steelers as the first overall pick. Two years later, he got married to Melissa Babish and then they divorced a year later which was the first out of his three divorces. One big milestone in his life was when he won his first Super Bowl against the Minnesota Vikings in 1974. He retired ten years later and quickly signed a contract with Fox Sports to be a NFL announcer. More recently, his son in law who was a NFL kicker for the Tennessee Titans died in a car crash in 2014.
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