Terrell Davis

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Inducted in 2006, Terrell Davis is one of only nine NFL players to earn both an NFL and Super Bowl MVP trophy, a distinction he shares with another Lincoln alumnus in the Breitbard Hall of Fame, Marcus Allen.

Davis’ first four years as an NFL running back with the Denver Broncos were among the most accomplished in NFL history before a devastating knee injury cut his career short.

He was the MVP of Super Bowl XXXII on Jan. 25, 1998 at Qualcomm Stadium and the NFL MVP for the following 1998 season.

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