Former Steelers great Terry Bradshaw doesn’t think that a few months of good behavior should help Ben Roethlisberger get off the hook of a six-game suspension.
“Going to bars — treating women like that; oh my God,” Bradshaw said in comments to the Shreveport Times. “I
pray they don’t cut [his suspension] to four games. I hope they
leave it at six. There is no excuse for that. The egos get out of hand.”
On Kendall Langford’s missing earring: “I hope they never find it — $50,000? Go tell that to
somebody that can’t pay for his kid’s education or can’t get them into a
hospital room and get them treated properly.”
On Rex Ryan: “He doesn’t play; easy for him to shoot his mouth. . . . Unfortunately, I don’t think his players are quite as
strong-minded as he is. He’s putting a lot of pressure on his young
On big-time QBs: “Once they start becoming stars — Favre, Manning — it’s hard to get to
them. Before that you can get to them, but then they
are protected and you lose your contacts.”
Bradshaw said that top players don’t want to answer tough questions, so FOX has steered away from player interviews lately. We’re guessing these comments won’t get Peyton Manning and company to sit down with Bradshaw any faster.