Terry Bradshaw was selected as the 1st overall pick in the 1970 NFL draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. He would split time with Terry Hanratty during his rookie season and become the starter the next season. He would lead the Steelers to eight AFC Central titles and four Super Bowl titles. He would throw the “Immaculate Reception” to Franco Harris during the 1972 AFC Divisional playoff game against the Raiders. He would retire after the 1983 season. His number 12 has been retired and never reissued by the Steelers. He is a 2-time Super Bowl MVP, NFL and College Football Hall of Fame inductee. He is part of the Fox NFL Sunday broadcast team. He was selected as the 1978 AP NFL MVP. He also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.