Terry Bradshaw talks about 'chasing a bucket of chicken' while Reggie Bush runs

Jonathan Daniel

Fox's NFL analyst is not the master of political correctness

Terry Bradshaw is a member of the NFL 'All-70's' team, and his political correctness apparently also remains in the era.

Terry, let's have a "real talk" moment. We know you were referring to Jimmy Johnson, but you can't have the words "chasing a bucket of chicken" play over any clip of any African-Amercian football player. It's the most vile and prevalent stereotype around, and even if it sounds super funny in your head, please think of something else.

There are literally dozens of things people chase on a regular, and semi-regular basis. They chase sales, chase kids, chase a copy of the always wonderful Failure to Launch on DVD; remember that movie, Terry, you were in it! Just think a little bit next time you want to talk about chasing fried chicken ... just for a second.

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