Vontae Davis Explains Decision To Retire In Middle Of Game

Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis said he doesn't regret retiring at halftime Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers. Davis did an interview with The Undefeated. Davis said leaving is therapeutic and he doesn't care what people say. "That experience was personal and not meant for anyone else to understand. It was me cold turkey leaving behind an identity that I carried with me for so long," said Davis. He said he went up to Bills defensive backs coach John Butler and told him, "I'm done." Davis said, "My intention was not to hurt my teammates. In that moment, my intuition was telling me I don't belong on that field anymore." Davis signed a one-year $5 million deal with the Bills in the offseason.  Sunday was his first game with Buffalo. 




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