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Terry Bradshaw Misses Super Bowl 48 After Father Bill Bradshaw Dies

Terry Bradshaw has become as much of an NFL legend off the field, as he was on the field. Bradshaw has been an analyst for Fox for quite some time, and he has had many football seasons in front of the camera. Fans have come to know his commentary and his character as part of the NFL experience on TV. Sadly, for the Bradshaw family, Terry’s father has passed away and that has caused Terry to fly home to Louisiana to be with his other relatives. Many fans have begun to show their support and condolences to the Bradshaws during this sudden and tragic time.

Terry Bradshaw Misses Super Bowl 48 After Father Bill Bradshaw Dies

Terry Bradshaw Misses Super Bowl XLVIIIWilliam “Bill” Bradshaw, was 86 years old died on Thursday this week. Even though the network and fans would have liked to see Terry Bradshaw at the Super Bowl, they can all understand that his priorities are geared more towards his family than the sport. Terry has already been to more than enough Super Bowls, and he even has 4 Super Bowl Championship rings to prove it. He was one of the greatest players in NFL history, racking up quite the career with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Tonight’s game at the Meadowland’s Sports Complex will showcase the Seattle Seahawks versus the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. Fox Sports will still carry on coverage of the event without Bradshaw, likely that most will even notice his absence. This year, like many of those in the past couple decades, the spectacle of the Super Bowl will lie almost as much on the Half-time show and the commercials as it will on the game itself. The Super Bowl has a habit of making legends out of both the players, and of the companies who create the most attention-grabbing and memorable advertisements during the big game.

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Terry Bradshaw Misses Super Bowl After Father Bill Bradshaw Dies.

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Lives in Phoenix, AZ. Graduated from Arizona State University in 2005. Writes for American Live Wire, GM Roadster and Northstar Media

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