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'''Terrell Davis''' (b. 1972) was a running back for the Denver Broncos from 1995 to 2001.
 
'''Terrell Davis''' (b. 1972) was a running back for the Denver Broncos from 1995 to 2001.
   
Davis appeared on ''[[Sesame Street]]'' in [[Season 30 (1998-1999)|Season 30]], in a sketch where [[Telly Monster|Telly]], [[Elmo]] and [[Baby Bear]] congratulate Terrell after a great game, but is persuaded by a [[football]] sitting next to him to say the alphabet. {{first|3835}} Davis's appearance was later featured in the celebrity version of "[[Sing]]."
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Davis appeared on ''[[Sesame Street]]'' in [[Season 30 (1998-1999)|Season 30]], in a sketch where [[Telly Monster|Telly]], [[Elmo]] and [[Baby Bear]] congratulate him after a great game, but is persuaded by a [[football]] to say the alphabet. {{first|3835}}
   
According to an article published by the Associated Press, the sketch was filmed on December 14, 1998.<ref>[http://www.apnewsarchive.com/1998/Terrell-Davis-To-Visit-Sesame-Street/id-baad9abd31e34840a3dd04b62c9e08aa Terrell Davis To Visit Sesame Street]. AP News Archive.</ref>
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Davis's appearance was filmed on December 15, 1998.<ref>Script documents provided by a [[Thread:253692|trusted source]]</ref> He also appeared with Elmo, Telly and the football in a celebrity version of "[[Sing]]." {{first|3851}}
   
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*[http://www.apnewsarchive.com/1998/Terrell-Davis-To-Visit-Sesame-Street/id-baad9abd31e34840a3dd04b62c9e08aa Terrell Davis To Visit Sesame Street]. AP News Archive. December 15, 1998
   
 
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Terrell davis

Terrell Davis (b. 1972) was a running back for the Denver Broncos from 1995 to 2001.

Davis appeared on Sesame Street in Season 30, in a sketch where Telly, Elmo and Baby Bear congratulate him after a great game, but is persuaded by a football to say the alphabet. (First: Episode 3835)

Davis's appearance was filmed on December 15, 1998.[1] He also appeared with Elmo, Telly and the football in a celebrity version of "Sing." (First: Episode 3851)

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