Terry Bradshaw, an NFL legend, discloses his cancer diagnosis.

On "Fox NFL Sunday," NFL icon Terry Bradshaw disclosed that he had recently received diagnoses of bladder and skin cancer.

The veteran broadcaster began by explaining why he had trouble breathing and speaking clearly on last Sunday's episode of the Emmy-winning programme,

as many worried viewers had noted last week.Then he said that in November 2021, he had been diagnosed with cancer.

Bradshaw remarked. "Surgery and treatment were provided at the Yale University Medical Center. My bladder cancer has been cured as of today. It's excellent news, that's all.

The 74-year-old then claimed that four months later, when he began to have neck problems, he went back to the doctors. During this appointment, a second cancer

 diagnosis was made.Then, in March, I felt great. Bradshaw said, "I had a horrible neck. I have an MRI. My left neck has a tumor now, we discover. 

Additionally, it is a Merkel cell tumour, an uncommon variety of skin cancer. Therefore, I underwent that procedure at M.D. Anderson in Houston.

Later, the Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback informed supporters that he was cancer-free and in good condition.

From 1970 until 1983, Bradshaw played 13 seasons as the Pittsburgh Steelers' standout quarterback.

He led the Steelers to four Super Bowl victories throughout the course of his illustrious career.