Terry Bradshaw continues to poke the bear.
In December, the formerquarterback drew the ire of his former team for some about current head coach Mike Tomlin, calling him a "cheerleader guy" and "not a great head coach at all".
Tomlin and the Steelers were far from impressed with Bradshaw's criticism of their Super Bowl-winning coach, labeling the comments "."
Tomlin also fired back at Bradshaw by calling himself
Bradshaw recently backtracked on those comments somewhat, but didn't totally make friends with Tomlin, instead stating that Tomlin had no right to respond to him in such a manner.
"I didn't regret it until I actually forgot about it," Bradshaw said recently on "The Herd with Colin Cowherd," according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. "Mike came back at me, which he should have never done.
"It's like (coach) Dabo (Swinney), don't let people know that you get to them. Just blow it off. He responded. And that's fine. I probably shouldn't have said cheerleader. But to me he's on the sideline (moving around), that's what I thought about."
Bradshaw may have admitted he was wrong, but saying that Tomlin had no right to respond is ridiculous. If Bradshaw were being verbally attacked in such a way, he could only wish he could come up with such a quick (and hilarious) retort.
Source: ESPN · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press