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Vontae Davis explains why he retired from the NFL in the middle of a Bills game


There were a lot of crazy moments in the NFL on Sunday, but none of them topped what happened in Buffalo. At halftime of the Bills' 31-20 loss to the Chargers, Vontae Davis decided he didn't want to play football anymore, so he quit the team and retired mid-game. As you can imagine, Davis' decision didn't really sit well with anyone in the organization. (CBS Sports)

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