According to Broward County arrest records, former NFL cornerback Vontae Davis was detained by the Florida Highway Patrol on Saturday and charged with operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Davis’ bond was set at $500, according to the documentation.
What Happened To Him?
Davis allegedly “cracked into a disabled car on the side of the highway, which then hit a person next to it,” according to Andy Slater of Fox Sports 640. Officers then allegedly found Davis sleeping on the shoulder, and when they asked him why he was there, Davis allegedly responded, “I was tired,” even though there is only one DUI charge listed.
According to Slater, who cited unnamed sources, Davis stated that he was returning home after having two mixed drinks at a club. According to Slater, the victim Davis is accused of striking was brought to a hospital with “several injuries.”
Later, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post confirmed Slater’s details and added that the accident happened on Saturday around 8 a.m.
Habib stated on Twitter that Davis was arrested because “police say Davis said he had had two mixed cocktails but he refused several sobriety tests.”
Before being traded to the Colts in 2012, Davis, a former first-round choice of the Dolphins in 2009, played his first three seasons in Miami. The majority of his remaining career was spent with Indianapolis, while he briefly and contentiously appeared with the Bills in 2018 by signing as a free agency in the offseason and then leaving at halftime of the season opener.
During his final NFL season, Vernon Davis made history by leaving the field at halftime of the season opener. Following his 2012 trade from Miami to the Colts, Vontae Davis spent the most of his career with them.
In a message posted the next day on the NFL’s Twitter account, he said, “This isn’t how I envisioned retiring from the NFL.” “But reality hit me hard today on the field. No longer should I be outside.
In 2014 and 2015, seasons in which he combined for eight interceptions, 34 passes defended, and two forced fumbles, Davis was chosen to play in back-to-back Pro Bowls. He is Vernon Davis’ brother, a former All-Pro tight end.
1. Who is Vontae Davis?
A. He is a NFL corner back
2. What is his profession?
A. NFL cornerback
3. What is Vontae Davis Nationality ?
4. How old is Vontae Davis?
A. 32 years old
5. What happened to Vontae Davis?
A. He is Charged under driving the influence of alcohol