Incredible Scenes As Buffalo Bills Player Quits And Retires At Half

Posted September 19, 2018

Only two games and the Buffalo Bills are a dumpster fire already.

Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis quit the team at halftime and made a decision to retire after pulling himself out of Sunday's National Football League game at Buffalo.

Abrupt: Buffalo's Vontae Davis (left) walked out on the team at halftime. This is not going to become a distraction for us", admitted head coach Sean McDermott, adding, "We're going to move forward.

The 30-year-old, a first-round pick in 2009 by the Dolphins, would finish his career after 113 games and 22 interceptions.

In my mind, I can still see his fist up in the air.

"Today on the field, reality hit me fast and hard: I shouldn't be out there anymore", Davis said in a statement released after the game.

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"Never have seen it ever", linebacker Lorenzo Alexander said. Coming out, they said, 'He's not coming out.

"But I hold myself to a standard. While I was on the field, I just didn't feel right, and I told the coaches, "I'm not feeling like myself".

Davis's contract called for him to earn $2.25m in base salary from the Bills this season.

The Bills have yet to announce who will replace the two-time Pro Bowl player.

"I also wondered: Do I want to keep sacrificing", Davis continued.

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