Buffalo has an airport, and as of writing this post you can find multiple nonstop flights from Chicago to Buffalo for just $280 in economy seating and $380 if Wright wanted to splurge for first class.
Buffalo Bills cornerback Shareece Wright made an expensive, eight-hour Uber trip to NY on Monday just to ensure his presence at a voluntary team practice, according to ESPN. Abdollahian didn't waste any time in getting home, driving straight back to Chicago after dropping off Wright. One of Wright's representatives, Tamerat Berhe, tweeted that Wright also gave a $300 tip for a total cost of $932.08.
It's unclear why Wright chose to take Uber, but his trip's starting location lead some to believe it was a canceled flight.
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This has been a wild and insane week for National Football League players finding alternate methods of transportation to OTAs.
Wright's Bills contract doesn't include a workout bonus, CBS Sports pointed out, and his salary with the Bills is $775,000 for the season.
A cornerback who spent the first four years of his National Football League career in San Diego and the following two in Baltimore, Wright recently signed a contract with the Buffalo Bills.