Terrell Davis

Terrell Davis

Terrell Davis is a Pro Football Hall of Fame running back. He joined the NFL Network in 2009 and now serves as an analyst on various NFL Network shows. He won two Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos during his seven-year NFL career, and was named MVP of Super Bowl XXXII after rushing for 157 yards in Denver's 31-24 win over the Packers. Davis then led the team to its second straight championship in Super Bowl XXXIII, defeating the Falcons 34-19. On September 23, 2007, Davis became the 21st person enshrined in the Broncos' "Ring of Fame."

Davis holds 56 Broncos' team records, including most points in a season (138), most touchdowns in a season (23) and most total yards from scrimmage (2,225).


Young breakouts: Running backs Pass rushers Wide receivers Defensive backs In this four-part series, NFL Network analysts Willie McGinest, Terrell Davis, Reggie Wayne and Gil Brandt examine youngsters who are poised for a breakout campa... more

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