Charlie Bradshaw (American football)

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For the football coach of the same name see Charlie Bradshaw (American football coach).

Charlie Bradshaw
Date of birth: March 13, 1936
Place of birth: Center, Texas
Date of death: January 23, 2002(2002-01-23) (aged 65)
Place of death: Plano, Texas
Career information
Position(s): Tackle
College: Baylor
NFL Draft: 1957 / Round: 7 / Pick: 94
Organizations
As player:
1958-1960
1961-1966
1967-1969
Los Angeles Rams
Pittsburgh Steelers
Detroit Lions
Career highlights and awards
Pro Bowls: 2
Career stats
Playing stats at DatabaseFootball.com

Charles Marvin Bradshaw (March 13, 1936 – January 23, 2002) was an American football offensive tackle who played eleven seasons in the National Football League, mainly for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He served for a time as the head of the NFL Players Association. Bradshaw earned a law degree during the offseason and after his career practiced law in Dallas, Texas up until the time of his death from cancer.[1]

As a Pittsburgh Steeler, Charlie Bradshaw became one of the most notorious linemen of the day, drawing such tremendous booing from the home crowd that Club Owner Art Rooney discontinued pregame introductions of players at Pitt Stadium.

He is not related to Terry Bradshaw.

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  1. ^ "Services Scheduled for Charlie Bradshaw". baylorbears.cstv.com. 2002-01-25. Retrieved 2008-07-02.