LOS ANGELES — NFL legend Terry Bradshaw revealed personal news during FOX NFL Sunday’s show.
The Hall of Fame quarterback revealed he battled two types of cancer over the past year.
“I was diagnosed with bladder cancer in November,” Bradshaw said live on air. “I went to Yale University Medical Center, had surgery, treatment and as of today I am bladder cancer free. That is the good news.”
Bradshaw then said he was diagnosed with a tumor in his throat in March, which turned out to be a “Merkel cell tumor,” which he said is a rare form of skin cancer.
The football analyst assured viewers that doctors had told him he was cancer free and feeling great.
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“I may not look like the old me, but I feel like the old me,” Bradshaw said. “I’m cancer free and I feel great.”
The announcement comes after Bradshaw appeared out of breath during the Sept. 25 pregame show on FOX.
Since the announcement, faces from across the NFL have emerged to show their support for Bradshaw, including fellow Pro Football Hall of Fame fellow Michael Strahan, who is also a part of FOX NFL Sunday.
Bradshaw expects to return to his normal self over the course of his recovery.
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