Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw is below fireplace following a comment made about suicide throughout this week’s version of “Fox NFL Sunday.”
“Their mentality is throw, throw, throw, throw. I think if this kid ran five or six runs in a row, I think he’d commit suicide or something,” Bradshaw said.
Howie Long then interjected, saying, “Woah, woah, woah that’s a little dark for this audience,” whereas Curt Menefee added, “That’s a little dark for all of us.”
Meanwhile, Michael Strahan lifted his eyebrows and stared straight on the digital camera with a puzzled look on his face.
As the printed continued, Bradshaw added, “They just don’t seem to care anything about the running game.”
Bradshaw’s comment rapidly drew backlash on social media, with some individuals demanding an apology from the 74-year-old Steelers legend, who not too long ago addressed his a number of most cancers battles previously year.
One Twitter consumer even advised that Bradshaw “should be fired.”
“Terry Bradshaw should be fired for his comments today,” another person tweeted. “There is no place in is this world for jokes about suicide.”