The Buffalo Bills won’t have to worry about dedication with recently signed cornerback Shareece Wright.

Wright, who signed with the Bills on May 1, took an eight hour Uber ride from Chicago to Buffalo for a voluntary practice with his new team. Wright tweeted out a picture of his Uber trip.

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Wright spent two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens and four with the San Diego Chargers before signing with Buffalo.

It’s unknown why Wright didn’t make arrangements to be in Buffalo for practice, but at least he made sure he got there. The Uber driver received a nice five-star rating, too. And he’ll always have a great story to tell in the future about his $600 Uber ride with an NFL player.

(h/t SB Nation)

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