TD will be added to the Ring of Fame

Discussion in 'Denver Broncos' started by denverobsession, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. denverobsession

    denverobsession Starter

    It's just been announced that Terrell Davis will be inducted to the Ring of Fame at INVESCO Field at Mile High on Sunday, Sept. 23, when the Broncos play host to Jacksonville.

    Davis holds 12 franchise records and the following achievements:

    * MVP of Super Bowl XXXII after the 1997 season.

    * NFLs MVP for the 1998 season.

    * One of five players to rush for 2,000 yards in a season (98).

    * Set an NFL record with seven consecutive postseason games of 100 or more yards, all in Broncos victories.

    --->He is the only NFL player to accomplish those four feats.

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  2. TDJets72027

    TDJets72027 Rex Ryan baby

    Good to hear.
  3. linz_renee

    linz_renee Well-Known

    He should be... he was an amazing player until he got hurt. A Super Bowl MVP doesn't hurt either.
  4. frost

    frost Irreverent Bastard

    Yeah he was amazing...not being a Bronco fan but I still like to watch him play.
  5. linz_renee

    linz_renee Well-Known

    Is he still doing sports casting?
  6. wide right

    wide right Grumpy Old Man

    He's still on the NFL Network I believe. I have Time Warner so I wouldn't know personally but that's what the google told me.
  7. TDJets72027

    TDJets72027 Rex Ryan baby

    Yeah he is.
  8. Platoon 86

    Platoon 86 Loony

    TD was a fun one to watch, sad he got injured so early.
    Here's a good video of him, just a quick thing he did as a rook.
  9. FZ06

    FZ06 Random Guy

    Don't think anyone's surprised, he belongs there.
  10. denverobsession

    denverobsession Starter

    Yeah, I'm glad that video got posted. That little spot on TD in Tokyo, should be viewed by every rookie coming into camp to show them what 'effort' can accomplish.
  11. Matt314hew

    Matt314hew Mr. Impossible

    i remember the denver steelers AFC Champ game in Pittsburgh. It was the year my grandma had to get a pace maker, all because of TD. He had scored the game winning TD and caused her heart to stop.

    But he was a great player and a good guy, as he sent her an autographed photo and a letter. (her friends sent a letter explaining the story, however coincidental it was)

    congrats to TD. He deserves it.
  12. Platoon 86

    Platoon 86 Loony

    It was defintley a great hit. Hits like that can get a team fired up.
  13. nixaler

    nixaler Pro Bowler

    I really miss watching him play. He made my season in 1998 when the 'Cos beat the Pack in SB XXXII
  14. Fricker 4

    Fricker 4 Crabtree fall to 10

    Yep Not Suprised at all. He was a great player, and i forgive him for that hit on a 9er :p