Hall of Fame running back Terrell Davis helped the Denver Broncos to two Super Bowl Championships (1997 & 1998). Davis’ NFL career was unfortunately cut short to seven years due to a devastating knee injury, yet his accolades are numerous including: three-time Pro Bowler, three-time First-Team All-Pro, two-time NFL Offensive Player of the Year, two-time NFL rushing touchdowns leader, 1998 NFL rushing yards leader, 1998 NFL MVP, and 1996 AFC Player of the Year. Davis was also named to the NFL 1990s All-Decade Team and Denver Broncos 50th Anniversary Team. As the 196th pick in the 1995 Draft, Davis became the lowest-drafted player to rush for 1,000 yards in his inaugural season. He rushed for 1,538 in his second season and led the league with 15 rushing touchdowns the following year. In Super Bowl XXXII, Davis capped one of the most remarkable seasons ever with a 157-yard, three-touchdown performance to help beat Green Bay, and earn Super Bowl MVP honors. In 1998 he rushed for a career-high 2,008 yards and 21 touchdowns, and helped the Broncos to their second Super Bowl title over Atlanta.