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‘I shouldn’t be out there anymore’: why Vontae Davis retired at half-time


The Bills cornerback walked away from a multi-million dollar contract on his own terms: at half-time in Sunday’s loss

The rigors of training camp bring enlightenment for many football players. That’s the most grueling portion of the NFL schedule for veterans who must put their body, year after year, through the grind prior to kickoff.

It’s a time when many aging veterans realize they no longer want to sacrifice their bodies after millions earned and plenty of accolades racked up. Some players realize they no longer have the desire to train non-stop and diet after the season concludes.

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It’s more important for me and my family to walk away healthy than to willfully embrace the warrior mentality and limp away too late.

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Never change, Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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