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Former Colts CB Vontae Davis Announces NFL Retirement After Quitting On Bills At Halftime

Davis, who was playing for the Buffalo Bills, walked off the field at halftime Sunday against the Chargers and did not join the team for the second half.

BUFFALO, NY -- Former Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis has announced his retirement from the NFL.

 

But, he chose an odd time to do it.

 

Davis, who was playing for the Buffalo Bills, walked off the field at halftime Sunday against the Chargers and did not join the team for the second half.

 

Davis then released a statement on his Twitter account after the game to say that he had retired.

 

Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander said he was not happy with Davis's decision to quit on his team during the game.

 

"It's completely disrespectful," Alexander told reporters after the game.

 

Davis was a two-time Pro Bowl cornerback and spent six seasons with the Colts.

 

Photo: Getty Images / Stacy Revere

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