The "Fox NFL Sunday" host later apologized for his "insensitive remark."
Critics of the recent protests are asking the NFL to stick to sports, but the league has always been a political force.
The Fox Sports host says the way she's treated sometimes makes her "salty."
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A Harris poll shows that the NFL popularity is at an all time high. 59 percent of the population says they follow pro football. The other 41 percent follow the Browns.
UPDATE 11/5 3:59 p.m.: Bradshaw discussed his comments with USA Today, saying that he is "so sorry if I hurt anybody and
"The housing market crash has shown itself to be an equal-opportunity leveler. Even celebrities with names in neon are taking a wallop in the wallet..."
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Well, then we've got just the video for you. Apparently, Mara had been watching as Bradshaw had consistently picked against
As far as ex-football players go, Bradshaw remains one of the most popular. In 2007, he ranked as the top former pro-baller