CARLSBAD, CA - MAY 18: Former NFL running back Terrell Davis attends the Marshall Faulk Celebrity Golf Championship Presented by GREY GOOSE held at La Costa Resort & Spa on May 18, 2013 in Carlsbad, California.
I wish T.D.'s knee and my knee could hold up, we could help the cause ... He wants it really bad. I think he deserves it.
It's always been my dream to play in the NFL ... I pattern my game after (former Denver Broncos running back) Terrell Davis. Hopefully, I can get my foot in the door somewhere.More quotes »
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Terrell Davis: HOF Credentials
and output. I hear the term "regular season warrior" put on many players--why not these guys? Why are they so untouchable? Terrell Davis. This is what Pete was referring to--and something I'm very happy to put some numbers behind. Among all modern day HOF from Mile High Report Read more »
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Outside Zone and Tackling Cornerbacks
outside zone is probably the most famous running play in the NFL, perhaps behind Power O. Terrell Davis and the Denver Broncos dominated the NFL for years running that play, and it's become a fixture for a lot of teams. Offensive line coach Alex Gibbs was from Bucs Nation: For Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fans Read more »
Denver Broncos Countdown to Kickoff: 98 days
10, and 4 respectively to bring his total to 163, just 7 yards shy of immortality. Bouncing an outside zone off left end, Terrell Davis got 15 to push his final total to 2008 on the season. There were many times that season where TD was pulled for a quarter from Mile High Report Read more »
10 NFL Stars Whose Production Will Drop Off in 2013
running back who has topped 2,000 yards has ever replicated it. Not Eric Dickerson, not Jamal Lewis, not Barry Sanders, nor Terrell Davis, Chris Johnson or O.J. Simpson. In fact, each one of those backs had his yards take a nosedive the year after he ran for from Bleacher Report Read more »
Why the Vikings Will Stop Adrian Peterson from Reaching 2,000 Yards Again
time replicating anyway. Six other players have rushed for more than 2,000 yards—Eric Dickerson, Barry Sanders, Jamal Lewis, Terrell Davis, Chris Johnson and O.J. Simpson—and none of them ever did it again. In fact, only Sanders, Dickerson and Simpson even from Bleacher Report Read more »