Veteran free agent cornerback Vontae Davis visited the Buffalo Bills on Thursday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Bills are the first team that Davis, a two-time Pro Bowler (2014-15) released by the Indianapolis Colts last November, has visited with.

Davis was released by the Colts because of a medical issue with a core injury that he sustained, but Schefter cites a source that says that the cornerback has since been medically cleared of the injury. He appeared in just five games last season, his fifth with the Colts since they acquired him in a 2012 trade with the Miami Dolphins.

Because he's currently a free agent, Davis, 29, can sign with the Bills or another team immediately as opposed to waiting till March when free agency opens.

A product of the University of Illinois, Davis was selected 25th overall in the 2009 draft by the Dolphins. He owns career totals of 342 tackles and 22 interceptions.