Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw has never made any bones about the fact that he isn’t a fan of current Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and his most recent comments echo those sentiments.
In fact, Bradshaw’s disdain for Tomlin has moved him to the point of complete indifference. And he’s still airing his dirty laundry with the man in charge of the franchise he helped guide to four Super Bowl championships.
“I give him no thought,” Bradshaw said according to Bryan DeArdo of Steelers 247. “I give him no thought. I see him all the time. I do not see him on the sideline and think cheerleader. I see him as the head coach and I give him no thought. He does not cross my mind. I have no opinion of him.
“I probably shouldn’t have said cheerleader, but I did, so I stand by it. I give it no thought. If he doesn’t like me, I could care less.”
Bradshaw refused to apologize for the aforementioned cheerleader comments that caused enough of a stir to elicit a response from Tomlin in Dec. 2016. Bradshaw insulted Tomlin by insisting that the only thing he was good at was cheerleading for his team.
And, as bad of a look as it is to Steelers fans to have one of the organization’s all-time greats and its Super Bowl-winning head coach feuding, it appears this one won’t be dying anytime soon.
The post Steelers legend Terry Bradshaw clinging to Mike Tomlin criticism appeared first on All 22.