1. Terrell Davis
Years: 7 (1995-2001)
A relatively unknown prospect when he came into training camp as a sixth-round pick in 1995, Davis’ first real notoriety came on a big hit he delivered on kickoff coverage during a preseason game against San Francisco. He parlayed that into a Hall of Fame induction in 2017.
From 1995-98, no running back in the NFL was more dominant than Davis. During that span, he rushed for 1,117, 1,538, 1,750 and 2,008 yards while leading the Broncos to two Super Bowl wins. He never fully recovered from a devastating knee injury sustained in Week 4 of the 1999 season.