Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw opened up about battling two different types cancer on "Fox NFL Sunday," a program he has co-hosted since 1994.

Bradshaw, 74, said that he was diagnosed with bladder cancer in November and was also diagnosed in March with a cancerous tumor in his neck.

He confirmed that after treatment he is cancer-free.

"Last week on this show, I ran out of breath, and [co-host] Howie [Long] helped me up. And a lot of people are asking what's wrong with me, what's happened to me physically. I just want to address it and let you know what has happened in my life," Bradshaw said.

"In November, I was diagnosed with bladder cancer. I went to the Yale University Medical Center – surgery, treatment. As of today, I am bladder-cancer free. That's the good news," he added.

Bradshaw said his neck started hurting in March shortly after his bladder cancer treatment. He then got an MRI which showed he had a Merkel cell tumor, a rare form of skin cancer.

He had the tumor removed at M.D. Anderson in Houston and said that he is doing better.

"Folks, I may not look my old self, but I feel like my old self. I'm cancer free, I'm feeling great," Bradshaw said.

Bradshaw played in the NFL from 1970 to 1983. He won four Super Bowl titles and was twice Super Bowl MVP. Bradshaw won the NFL MVP in 1978.

The Louisiana native has been a fixture on Sunday morning television. He worked as a NFL studio host on CBS in the early 1990s before moving to Fox.

In September 2020, "The Bradshaw Bunch," a reality television program featuring Bradshaw and his family in Oklahoma, premiered on the E! network.