Fox broadcaster and former Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Terry Bradshaw will miss Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast following his father's death, Fox Sports announced Sunday. The station released a statement via its official Twitter account offering condolences.
Bradshaw will be in Louisiana with his family. His father was 86 years old and passed away after a long illness.
Instead of Bradshaw, Michael Strahan will present the Lombardi Trophy to the winning team. Strahan will also take Bradshaw's place in the pre-game coverage with Curt Menefee, Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson and Jay Glazer.
Television coverage can be found all day on FOX, with pregame coverage beginning at 2 p.m. ET. Coverage of the game itself begins at 6:25 p.m. ET, with Joe Buck on play-by-play, Troy Aikman on color commentary, Erin Andrews and Pam Oliver as sideline reporters, and Mike Pereira in the booth as an officiating expert.