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An emotional 911 call reveals more about Vontae Davis' final moments

An emotional 911 call reveals more about Vontae Davis' final moments


Police have released 911 tapes recorded by Vontae Davis' personal assistant after she found him dead in his Florida home.

The death of the former NFL player this week has shocked the football community as investigators are still searching for answers as to what led to the 35-year-old's sudden death.

Local law enforcement said Davis' personal assistant made the initial 911 call after a woman at the home found Davis unresponsive in the home gym area. WPLG reported.

Vontae Davis died earlier this week. AP

“I arrived and he was on the property’s property,” the dispatcher told 911 in the call. “I froze. He called me and you didn't even talk, so that's why I called.”

“The last time I saw him was Friday, and I know someone saw him on Saturday — one of the drivers,” she told the dispatcher in another clip of the call.

The dispatcher was able to reach the woman who initially found out over the phone, and parts of that conversation were redacted before being released publicly.

Police ruled that there was no criminal suspicion in Davis' death.

Former Bills quarterback Vontae Davis died this week at the age of 35. Jimmy Germano/Rochester Democrat and Chronicle/USA Today Network

On Tuesday, cleanup, restoration and security crews — along with investigators — were spotted at the home owned by his grandmother in Southwest Ranches, Florida, WPLG reported.

Davis appeared in 121 games during his 10-year career, which included time with the Dolphins, Colts and Bills.

He earned two Pro Bowl nods during his time with the Colts and signed a one-year contract with the Bills in 2018, retiring midgame that September.

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During his career, Davis recorded 22 interceptions and 97 passes defended.

Vontae Davis makes a tackle on Chargers Melvin Gordon lll. Jamie Germano/Rochester Democratic Network/USA Today

Colts owner Jim Irsay wrote an emotional tribute to Davis on X.

“I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Vontae Davis. Great man, teammate, player. Prayers to Vontae's family,” Irsay wrote.

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