A name you're likely to find in several 'All-Time Greats' lists, Terry Bradshaw is the former quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who played 14 seasons with the franchise, winning as many as four Super Bowl titles in a span of six years. Bradshaw was the Super Bowl MVP in the last two wins. Having been drafted into the NFL in 1970 as the overall No. 1 pick, Bradshaw represented the Steelers till 1984, when he hung up his boots for good.
A Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee in 1989, Bradshaw penned a deal with CBS Sports soon after his retirement to become an NFL analyst and is currently the co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. He has an estimated net worth of $15 million.
Terry Bradshaw Salary
While not much is known about his exact earnings during his playing career, sources suggest that Bradshaw earned around $470,000 in the final year of his career. As a TV analyst and the co-host of Fox NFL Sunday, Bradshaw earned close to $4 million in 2014. However, his current salary reportedly stands at $2 million a year.
Terry Bradshaw Charity Work
Terry Bradshaw founded the Pigs for Jesus Foundation, the sole purpose of which is to provide food for the needy. In its first week, the foundation fed 600 children in Texas. The name of the foundation has since been changed to Food for Families. Bradshaw has also worked with the Chris Long Project and donated $45,000 to their Waterboys project in Africa.
|Source of wealth||Professional NFL player (retired), Media personality|
|Salary||$2 million per year (as a media personality)|
|Marital status||Married to Tammy Bradshaw|
|Charities supported||Food for Families Foundation, Chris Long Foundation, American Humane Association|
Updated on 27 February 2019