Buffalo Bills’ Vontae Davis ‘Meant No Disrespect’ When He Abruptly Retired At Halftime
Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis releases a statement after abruptly retired during halftime of Sunday’s NFL game.
Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis pulled the ultimate okie doke when he retired at halftime during Sunday’s NFL matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers.
According to his statement, Vontae said he realized he “shouldn’t be out there anymore” so he put a condo on his wrist and cashed out at halftime.
The scoop on the turf is Vontae went to the locker room, put on his street clothes, and bounced.
He also expressed that he meant no disrespect to his teammates and coaches by abruptly retiring. It’s just that he holds himself to a certain standard and he was underperforming.
Read his full statement below.
Welp. Vontae did what he thought was best.
I didn’t see the game because…well…I’m with Kap.