Vontae Davis, the Pro Bowl cornerback who signed with the Buffalo Bills this offseason, quit on the team and walked out of the locker room at halftime Sunday, according to a report.
Davis signed a one-year deal with the Bills worth up to $5 million, and $3.5 million of it was guaranteed. With the Bills down 28-6 at the half against the Chargers, Davis reportedly changed into street clothes and walked out.
It’s unclear if Davis, 30, has retired or not. The Bills lost, 31-20, to fall to 0-2.
[UPDATE: Vontae Davis released the following statement. Yes, he’s retiring.]