In the 1970s, during the heyday of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Lynn Swann was QB Terry Bradshaw’s go-to guy on those select occasions when the Blonde Bomber chose to put the ball in the air to move the chains. A 3-time Pro Bowler, he was the MVP of Super Bowl X, caught the final, winning touchdown in the Steelers’ win over the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XIII, and set records in his four Super Bowl appearances for receiving yards and all-purpose yards. He then followed that incredible football career with a 20-career in sports broadcasting for ABC Sports. It’s fair to say that in all that time, “Swanny” has seen it all.
Swann sat down with Booger and Rich this morning on Radio Row to share his thoughts on a variety of football topics, including, of course, this Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII and its participants. Click the “play” button below to hear the full interview: