It was bad enough for the Buffalo Bills losing badly at halftime.  It got even worse.  One of their starting cornerbacks put on his street clothes and walked out of the stadium.

The Bills signed Vonte Davis, the former Colt and Dolphin to a one year contract.  Davis is a former first-round pick and two-time Pro Bowler and the Bills were hoping he could help out in the defensive backfield.

He was a healthy scratch last week against Baltimore and played just the first half against the Chargers.  Apparently that was enough to convince him it was time to retire.

One of the more outspoken players on the team, linebacker Lorenzo Alexander couldn't believe it.  He said he hadn't seen anything like that since Pop Warner, calling it "completely disrespectful."

When coach Sean McDermott was asked about it after the game he said "I don't want to get into all of that."

So know any defensive backs who want to play with the Buffalo Bills?  They're looking for some good candidates.