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Pat McAfee pays emotional tribute to former teammate Vontae Davis: 'If you knew him, you loved him'

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Former Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee took a moment to remember his late friend and teammate Vontae Davis.

The former NFL cornerback was found unresponsive at a home in Florida earlier this week, Miami television station WSVN reported on Monday. Davie Police and the Broward County Medical Examiners Office responded to the scene, which authorities later said belonged to Davis' grandmother.

Davis' death left his former coaches, teammates and others stunned. 

During Monday's edition of "The Pat McAfee Show," the host and his fellow former Colts' teammate Darius Butler did their best to keep their emotions in check as they honored Davis. 

"If you knew him, you loved him," McAfee said. Butler added, "I’ll always remember him."

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Pat McAfee speaks during his show on Media Row for the Super Bowl LVI at the Los Angeles Convention Center on February 10, 2022 in Los Angeles, California  (Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

McAfee described Davis as "good guy."

"Vontae was an incredibly cool dude, good guy, nice guy, upbeat guy, energetic guy," McAfee said. "I think what we’ll remember him for is being an incredibly cool teammate in that locker room and being a guy that all of us enjoyed being around on a daily basis."

He also encouraged viewers to make an effort to check in with their friends.

"Literally, if you knew him, you loved him, and you enjoyed the hell out of him. And today’s been tough. It’s going to be tough, but it’s a nice perspective-putter to remind everybody to reach out to your people… I haven’t talked to him in months, and obviously I’m never going to get to do it again. 

"So

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