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Terry Bradshaw became the subject of some controversy after a joke he made during Fox's NFL studio show didn't come out as he intended. On Sunday, Bradshaw was discussing highlights of the first half of the Miami Dolphins-Indianapolis Colts game with fellow Fox studio analysts Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson. During a clip that showed Miami's Reggie Bush making an impressive 18-yard touchdown run, Bradshaw said: "Look at this, Jimmy -- like he was chasing that bucket of chicken that the wind was blowing the other day." Photos: Hollywood's Memorable Mea Culpas Many wondered if that
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NFL on Fox 2012 schedule Click here to get a Free printable 2012 NFL TV Schedule! Fox begins its Sunday afternoon Nfc package of regional NFL games on Sept. 9, with a doubleheader beginning at 1pm Et. In addition to Sunday afternoon games, Fox airs the Thanksgiving Day game between the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 22 at 4:15pm Et, and the Nfc Wild Card, Divisional Playoffs and Nfc Championship Game in January. The Fox NFL Sunday pregame show returns with Terry Bradshaw, Curt Menefee, Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson, Michael Strahan, and NFL insider Jay Glazer. Actor [...] »
- Ryan Berenz
"...the words 'the match is lit', sparks a deadly chain of events when a prison break pits fearless smoke-jumper 'Jesse Graves' (Long) against two devastating, seemingly unstoppable forces of nature: a raging inferno and a ruthless killer (Forsythe)..."
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- M. Stevens
3 items from 2012
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