Fourteen seasons in the NFL. Four Super Bowl wins and a place in professional football's Hall of Fame history. Still, former Pittsburg Steelers quarterback, Terry Bradshaw, said he wouldn't want to go back.

When some retired players may look upon their days with nostalgia, Bradshaw said he was eager to exit football.He was determined, post-retirement, to shed his "dumb blond" No. 12 quarterback persona and try his football-throwing hands at other career endeavors, which have included successes in writing, motivational speaking, country and gospel singing, acting, and as a broadcaster on Fox NFL Sunday.

In his downtime, he's a professional horseman and cattleman on his ranch in Oklahoma.

And most recently, he's embarked on a nationwide tour performing, "Terry Bradshaw: America's Favorite Dumb Blonde ... A Life in Four Quarters," which comes to Victoria on Saturday.

Story courtesy of the Victoria Advocate.