Buffalo Bills player, Vontae Davis, decides to retire in middle of game

An NFL Player Apparently Straight Up Retired Mid Game Today

Davis signed onto the struggling Bills team earlier in the year, and his mid-game departure took his coach and teammates by shock. With the Bills down 28-6 at the half against the Chargers, Davis reportedly changed into street clothes and walked out.

A Buffalo Bills player chose to pack it in and call it a career right in the middle of Sunday's game.

Bills cornerback Vontae Davis made the most unorthodox exit Sunday when said he "was done" and left a game against the Chargers at halftime.

The former Miami Dolphins CB Vontae Davis was on the field and started for The Buffalo Bills, but was nowhere to be seen come second half.

Buffalo linebacker Lorenzo Alexander told reporters that he was told Davis quit at halftime. He was traded to the Indianapolis Colts in 2012 and played in Indy until this offseason, when he was signed as a free agent by the Buffalo Bills.

"This isn't how I pictured retiring from the National Football League", the statement said. "They don't owe him anything, and they're probably pissed", Corry said.

"This was an overwhelming decision but I'm at peace with myself", it read. But physically, I know today that isn't possible, and I had an honest moment with myself. "It's just completely disrespectful to his teammates".



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