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    Terry Bradshaw to Deliver Keynote Address at PT 2012

    Hall of Fame quarterback and NFL analyst for FOX Terry Bradshaw will deliver the Keynote Address to thousands of physical therapy professionals who will gather for PT 2012, APTA's Annual Conference & Exposition in Tampa, Florida, on Wednesday, June 6.

    In his dual roles as cohost and analyst on Fox NFL Sunday, Bradshaw has been a primary force in making the 4-time Emmy Award-winning show America's most-watched NFL pregame program.

    The first pick in the 1970 NFL draft out of Louisiana Tech, Bradshaw was the Pittsburgh Steelers' dominating quarterback from 1970-1983, leading the team to 4 Super Bowl titles and 8 AFC Central championships. He was a  2-time Super Bowl MVP and 3-time Pro Bowl selection, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989, his first eligible year.

    Bradshaw also hosts "Today in America with Terry Bradshaw," an educational TV show that profiles organizations making a difference in how people live, play, and work. He has recently dedicated his time and efforts to shedding light on the subtle and chronic long-term problems associated with concussions.


    Comments

    Cool! Is he bringing Jimmy Johnson and Chris Collingsworth with him??
    Posted by Kathleen Luedtke-Hoffmann on 4/13/2012 4:09 PM
    I applaud the efforts of ALL those persons including but not restricted to; APTA staff,members, consultants, exhibitors/vendors, and suppliers who contribute to the success of our profession's conferences.
    Posted by David W. Clifton on 4/13/2012 5:54 PM
    Seriously? I hope he is better prepared than he was in January when I heard him speak in Tucson. He was awful.
    Posted by Taylor J Reed on 4/21/2012 11:31 PM
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