He’s been drawing some criticism lately for his football coverage, with a number of people on Twitter complaining about his old age.
And it seems like he’s well aware of it.
The Hall of Fame quarterback and current NFL analyst is known for his hilarious personality, and that personality was on full display while talking to FOX Sports reporters ahead of the Super Bowl.
The 74-year-old hilariously told the reporters about how he’d like to retire:
“I told FOX, if I could just die on the show, think about the ratings, right? Are we not about the ratings? That’d be huge. Not only that, it’d be a huge carryover.
All the networks would be saying that Bradshaw died on the FOX NFL show.
Can you imagine the huge stuff? And maybe I get a huge statue out front.”
Terry Bradshaw, national treasure, with thoughts on his career, mortality, etc.: “I told Fox, if I could just die on the show — think about the ratings, right? I mean, are we not about ratings? That'd be huge. Not only that, it'd be a huge carry-over. …” pic.twitter.com/SHNwLHPpU7