Terry Bradshaw is an NFL great and is widely considered as one of the best quarterbacks of all time. He is a Hall of Famer in both college and pro football. For this one, we will take a look at Terry Bradshaw’s net worth in 2021.

Net Worth$45 million
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Terry Bradshaw’s Net Worth in 2021 (estimate): $45 Million

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Celebrity Net Worth states that Terry Bradshaw’s net worth in 2021 is $45 million.

Even since his high school days, Terry Bradshaw was a treat to watch as he excelled in athletics. He set a national record for the javelin throw at 245 feet during his time at Woodlawn High School. Due to his record-breaking javelin throw and excellence at football, Bradshaw was featured in Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd.

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Terry Bradshaw decided to attend Louisiana Tech University. Despite being known as a football sensation at Shreveport, he still was a backup quarterback in his first two seasons. In his junior season, he led the NCAA in total yards with 2,890 as he led his team to a 9-2 record and a 33-13 win over Akron in the Rice Bowl.

After his collegiate football career at Louisiana Tech, Bradshaw owned almost all the passing records at that time. He received the Golden Plate Award of the American Academy of Achievement and was inducted into the Louisiana Tech Sports Hall of Fame in 1984 and Louisiana’s Sports Hall of Fame four years later.

In the 1970 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Terry Bradshaw with the No. 1 overall pick. He played 13 years for the Steelers where he won multiple individual and team awards. He finished with 27,989 passing yards, 212 touchdowns with 210 interceptions.

List of Terry Bradshaw’s achievements:

  • 4x Super Bowl Champion
  • 2x Super Bowl MVP
  • 1978 NFL Most Valuable Player
  • 1x First-team All-Pro
  • 3x Pro Bowl Selection
  • 2x NFL Passing Touchdowns Leader
  • Part of the NFL 1970’s All-Decade Team
  • Inducted into Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Honor
  • Part of Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team
  • 1978 Bert Bell Award
  • 1979 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year

His retirement sent the Steelers to an immediate rebuilding situation. Despite returning to Super Bowl contender status, the Pittsburgh Steelers did not have a consistent replacement for Bradshaw until Ben Roethlisberger’s arrival in 2004.

Right after his retirement, Bradshaw signed a television contract with CBS to be an NFL analyst. He was then promoted to a TV studio analyst for The NFL Today show in 1990. When Fox purchased the NFL TV rights in 1994, Bradshaw joined the Fox NFL Sunday team.

In the show, Bradshaw has two semi-regular features, Ten Yards with TB and the Terry Awards. The first is the segment where he fires random questions at an NFL Pro and the latter is an annual comedic award show about the NFL season.

Terry Bradshaw has won three Sports Emmy Awards as a studio analyst.

Aside from his football career, Bradshaw was also a country music singer. He released 5 albums along with 5 singles, the latest one titled “Quarantine Crazy” which he released in 2020.

Terry Bradshaw also made numerous appearances in commercials, TV, and films. He appeared as himself in TV shows such as Brotherly Love, Everybody Loves Raymond, Married… with Children, Modern Family, The Larry Sanders Show, and The League.

Bradshaw also appeared in films like Hooper, Smokey and the Bandit II, The Adventures of Brisco Country, and Failure to Launch. He also appeared on The Jeff Foxworthy Show as a motivational speaker and he was also a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 50 times — joking with Jay Leno that he was a “filler guest”.

On October 11, 2001, Terry Bradshaw received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the first NFL player to have one.

Terry Bradshaw’s most recent venture in television is his new reality show with his family called The Bradshaw Bunch. The series premiered on September 17, 2020, and it is currently airing its 2nd season as of this writing.

Bradshaw also opened up on his battle with anxiety attacks and depression. After his NFL career, he revealed that he frequently suffered anxiety attacks after games which worsened in the late 1990s after his third divorce, describing it as something he could not bounce back from as he did after his previous divorces or after bad games.

He was diagnosed with clinical depression and he chose to speak out about his situation in order to overcome the stigma associated with men with depression all while encouraging others to speak up and ask for help.

Terry Bradshaw still holds his position as an NFL analyst with an annual salary of $5 million. Aside from that, the second season of his show is still ongoing.