ATLANTA - NOVEMBER 1: Quarterback Terry Bradshaw #12 of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks for an open man during the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Fulton County Stadium on November 1, 1981 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Steelers defeated the Falcons 34-20. (Photo by: Scott Cunningham/Getty Images).
Updated: November 9, 2012 6:18AM
Terry Bradshaw isn’t interested in selling newspapers, and unlike many of Jay Cutler’s critics, Bradshaw can boast that he’s a Hall of Fame quarterback.
During the ‘‘Fox NFL Sunday’’ pregame show, Bradshaw weighed in on the latest Cutler controversy (his sideline snub of offensive coordinator Mike Tice last Monday night in Dallas) and didn’t hold back.
‘‘I know I would never act like that,’’ Bradshaw said. ‘‘I would show respect to the head coach and offensive coordinator. I would never do, Jay, what you did to Mike Tice. No matter if he was in your ear the whole time screaming and hollering. You know you’ve got millions of people watching.
‘‘If I were you, I would learn how to be a little bit nicer. I know you don’t care, and nor do I care if I ever sit down and do an interview with you — which I have yet to do. Maybe there’s a reason for that. I like everybody. I’d like to like you, but right now I don’t like you. Grow up, young man.’’