Free-agent cornerback Vontae Davis has made his rounds, visiting the Buffalo Bills and three other NFL teams that have interest in signing him.
Davis tweeted that his "amazing tour" is over and that he was "heading home to reflect with the fam."
Been an amazing 🌎 tour enjoyed the west coast didn’t have enough time to ghost ride the whip 😂😂 heading home to reflect with the fam 🙏🏿 #BigThingsAhead
— Vontae Davis (@vontaedavis) February 22, 2018
Besides the Bills, Davis also visited the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders. He did not specify whether he has received any contract offers.
Davis, 29, was released by the Indianapolis Colts in November after he elected to have season-ending groin surgery, apparently against the Colts' wishes. He is reportedly cleared and able to resume football activities.
Davis was a first-round draft pick of the Miami Dolphins in 2009 who has made 112 career starts with 395 tackles, 22 interceptions and 106 passes defensed. He has spent the past six years with the Colts, making the Pro Bowl in 2014 and 2015.
He played in just five games last season before having a falling out with the team over his injury, which originally occurred in the preseason. He missed the first three games of the regular season, then returned to start five games in October. The Colts left Davis home for a Nov. 5 game at Houston, though, with coach Chuck Pagano announcing that the decision was not injury related. Davis disputed that in an interview with the Indianapolis Star, saying he felt "disrespected" by Pagano's handling of the situation.