Washington Redskins running back, Tristan Davis has retired. According to Mike Shanahan, Davis told him his “heart was no longer in football,” and that he would retire after today.
Davis had only appeared in seven games with the Washington Redskins, all of which came during the 2011 and 2012 preseason’s. He attributed 104 yards and one touchdown during those seven games. Many had wondered where Davis was, as he had not been seen much during the beginning of training camp. His loss for the love of football appears to have been that reason.
Before joining the Redskins in 2011, Davis spent time with the Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.