Terry Bradshaw was considered a can't miss prospect when he graduated from Louisiana Tech University, and was the first pick in the 1970 draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Although his first few years in the NFL were a bit erratic, by the end of the 70s Terry was probably the top quarterback in the league. He won four Super Bowls with the Steelers, won the 1978 MVP award and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection. During his time with the Steelers, Bradshaw was great at controlling the tempo of the game and doing what he needed to do to help Pittsburgh win Super Bowls. Now, Terry could use some help in selling not just one, but two homes. Bradshaw's $10 million home in Thackerville, Oklahoma is on the market as well as his $1.75 million estate in Bradenton, Florida.
Terry's Oklahoma farmhouse is situated on 744 acres and is 8,600 square feet with plenty of state-of-the-art amenities on both the inside and outside. In addition to the interior six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, there are over 1,000 square feet of outdoor living area with a kitchen, fire pit and a bar area. Terry is a cowboy at heart who loves horses. He has a four-stallion barn, a 20-stall show barn and a 50-stall mare barn.