applying filter property using jquery to html table

Hi experts,

i'm using jquery to work with hyperlink properties inside a html table.

I have a page that looks like this:

my page
There are 2 tables on my page.
One table is called id="TableEmployees" and the other is called id="TableNfl"

I want to use jquery to remove the <a href  tag from any cells not containing "Davolio", "Peacock", "Buchanan"

This is my fiddle I have so far.

https://jsfiddle.net/aob0oau5/

The key code in question in my fiddle is this:

$('td').find('a').filter(function () {
    return $(this).text() != "Davolio"
        && $(this).text() != "Peacock"
        && $(this).text() != "Buchanan";
}).removeAttr("href")


Right now this is essentially remove being applied to every link on the page.

How do i revise this to have it only apply to the table called id="TableEmployees"  ? Anyone  know?

I pretty sure I just need to add #TableEmployees to this snippet but just not sure on the syntax.

My desired result would look like this:

desired result
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Robert SchuttSoftware EngineerCommented:
The code in the fiddle does not correspond to the posted code here. The code from the question text could be amended like this:
$('#TableEmployees td').find('a').filter(function () {
    return $(this).text() != "Davolio"
        && $(this).text() != "Peacock"
        && $(this).text() != "Buchanan";
}).removeAttr("href");

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This uses a descendant selector, one of the basic constructs also used in CSS (also see W3C).

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