But Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis trampled on that sage advice in brutal fashion by retiring during HALF-TIME of his side's National Football League match with the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. That's what a team does, this is not going to become a distraction moving forward. "He communicated to us that he was done", McDermott revealed after a 31-20 loss. The veteran cornerback apparently retired mid-game on Sunday.
McDermott said Monday that Davis remains on the Bills' roster but that he and general manager Brandon Beane are discussing their personnel situation at cornerback.
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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.
Although Davis said in his statement he meant no disrespect to his teammates and coaches, linebacker Lorenzo Alexander called the midgame decision "completely disrespectful" to the team. I have a lot of respect for Vontae. "I wish I had a better answer".
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"This isn't how I pictured retiring from the NFL", Davis wrote as part of a long post on the social media platform (see below). He went through that in the third week of the preseason, so I thought that did help him in his preparation process. "I thought he did some good things".
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