It’s the first day of voluntary workouts for the Buffalo Bills. Who’s there? Who isn’t there? Get whoever isn’t there on the phone with Shareece Wright and make them explain what held them up.
After all, the seventh-year veteran took an Uber all the way from Chicago to be there on time.
The total cost of the trip? $632.08. Plus a $300 tip that Wright left the driver for being so accommodating. The cost of the total trip ended up being just shy of a grand, an incredible sum to pay to be at voluntary workouts on time.
If that doesn’t set the tone for what kind of player an organization just signed in the offseason, I can’t imagine what does. Despite being in his seventh year in the league, Wright is in his first season with the Buffalo Bills.
Wright played four seasons with the Chargers, and two with the Ravens before joining the Bills this offseason.
The real star of this story is the Uber driver, Hadi. How was he convinced to drive across several state lines, for hours at a time? My guess is an open schedule, a lot of red bull, and some smooth talking on the part of Shareece Wright.