Whether chatting about football for television or extolling the virtues of his casual eating restaurant in his home town, football great Jerome Bettis was always comfortable in the spotlight. But it wasn't always this way. As a kid Jerome would rather be throwing a bowling ball down a lane than talking sports. But his skill running with a pigskin would prove to one day bring him to the heights of football, the Super Bowl, while his amiable familiarity in front of the camera made him a sought-after commentator once his playing days were through.
Born in Detroit in 1972, Jerome wasn't actually interested in football until later in high school. His passion when a youth was actually bow... Continue Bio >>
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