Orchard Park, NY - Vontae Davis is one of the few big name free agents who doesn't have to delay his tour of interested teams until March.
He can start right now. His first visit is to Buffalo.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Davis is began his tour with the Bills on Thursday.
Davis was released last season by the Colts after having groin surgery. He played just five games in 2017.
The veteran corner will turn 30 in May. He made the Pro Bowl in 2014 and 2015 with four interceptions each season, but fought through injuries in a down 2016 campaign.
The Bills are interested in a corner because starter E.J. Gaines is a free agent and may depart in March.
There was no report on any other teams Davis may be visiting after the Bills.
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