Hall Of Fame QB Terry Bradshaw Speaks At The Salvation Army's inaugural "Doing The Most Good" Dinner

A week ago, Terry Bradshaw stood on the field with Phil Robertson, patriarch of the Duck Dynasty family, the two former quarterbacks being honored in a pre-game ceremony at Louisiana Tech. While Bradshaw went on to win four Super Bowls with Pittsburgh in his Hall of Fame career, he first looked up to Robertson, the starting quarterback during Bradshaw’s tenure at the Ruston, La., university. Robertson shunned the NFL and founded Duck Commander, now finding fame and fortune through reality television.

“I’m very honored to have been his backup and to have pushed him on into his duck business,” Bradshaw said, laughing. “I’m really proud of him. He’s a good man.”

Bradshaw spoke at The Salvation Army’s inaugural “Doing The Most Good” Dinner on Thursday night at the Kroc Center in front of a sell-out gathering of 400 people. Bradshaw raved about The Salvation Army and the work the organization does.

“I love what they do for people needing help,” he said. “I’m glad they brought me here to speak.”

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Source: The Augusta Chronicle

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