Terrell Davis voted into Ring of Fame

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Denver Broncos President Pat Bowlen announced Friday that Terrell Davis was today voted into the team’s Ring of Fame.
The selection was made Friday by the Ring of Fame committee, which includes Bowlen, former General Manager John Beake, former team defensive coordinator Joe Collier, and former play-by-play voice Larry Zimmer of KOA radio.
Davis played for the Broncos from 1995-2001 and still holds 12 all-time Broncos records.
Among his honors and accomplishments, Davis:
· Was the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXXII following the 1997 season.
· Was the NFL regular season MVP in 1998.
· Is one of just five players to rush for 2,000 yards in a season (1998).
· Holds the NFL record with seven consecutive postseason games rushing for 100 yards, with all those games being Bronco victories.
· Is the only player in NFL history to have accomplished all four of the above.
Davis became a candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007 as well, and advanced to the final 25 in this past year’s voting.

He will be inducted into the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame on Sunday, Sept. 23 when the Broncos host the Jacksonville Jaguars and have the team’s annual Alumni Reunion/Ring of Fame weekend.