Published: Tue, September 18, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Sean McDermott hasn't talked to Vontae Davis

Sean McDermott hasn't talked to Vontae Davis

Head coach Sean McDermott said Davis pulled himself from the game and had said that he was done. The veteran cornerback apparently retired mid-game on Sunday.

According to ESPN, Davis changed into street clothes at the break, said he was done and left the stadium.

The 30-year-old Davis' sudden decision to retire in the middle of a game, as opposed to after the game, has drawn harsh criticism from many, with potentially no one more incensed than former National Football League head coach and current ESPN analyst, Rex Ryan. But no matter how bad things are, retiring in the middle of a game is awfully hard to defend.

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"I never have seen that", Alexander said.

One half after a 47-3 shellacking at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens, the Bills trailed the Los Angeles Chargers 28-6 at halftime.

Shortly after his abrupt departure, Davis released a statement, which you can read below. He said he did not mean to disrespect anyone but realised during the game that he "should not be out there anymore".

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A Buffalo Bills player chose to pack it in and call it a career right in the middle of Sunday's game. Allen faired a little better, throwing for 245 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions on Sunday.

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