'Cringe': Fox broadcaster slammed over female presenter comment

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Terry Bradshaw (pictured right) talking on broadcast and (pictured left) Fox News presentatiion.
Terry Bradshaw (pictured right) has been slammed for his comments regarding Erin Andrews' (pictured left) clothes. (Images: Fox News)

TV broadcaster Terry Bradshaw has been slammed for making 'cringe-worthy' comments about 'Thursday Night Football' presenter Erin Andrews during a live show.

Andrews was interviewing Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Devin White after the Buccaneers' 28-22 win over the Eagles.

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The interview took place in a horse stable, which was part of the show considering White's love of horses.

After the interview, the camera cut back to the Fox presenters and Andrews posed a question.

“I do want to know how old were you when you first got on top of a horse, first rode one?" Andrews asked.

Curt Menefee repeated the question to Bradshaw who answered, before he went on to comment on Andrews' clothes.

“You got your cowboy boots on and your shirt,” Bradshaw said on the live broadcast.

“You’re lookin’ good. That was nice. I enjoyed that interview.”

Terry Bradshaw backlash over female presenter comment

Bradshaw's comment on Andrews' clothing drew immediate backlash.

Bradshaw is a former Steelers quarterback and has been an analyst for years.

His comments come after the fallout from the NFL's emails scandal, which has threatened to engulf the league as pressure mounts for a full release of information regarding the investigation into the Washington Football Team.

The NFL has come under renewed pressure to release the full findings of the investigation into the Washington Football Team, having already announced the outcome of the probe back in July.

The league didn't disclose any details of the investigation, nor even commission a report from the lawyer they tasked with investigating the team's culture.

Renewed attention has been placed upon the investigation after the New York Times obtained some of the 650,000 emails and messages collected by the NFL as part of their investigation.

That leak of information has already resulted in the resignation of now Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden who, while employed as an analyst for ESPN several years ago, exchanged emails referring to league bosses by homophobic slurs, in addition to other racist language.

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