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LeSean McCoy accused of assaulting two police officers

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Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy appears to be in some big trouble. McCoy is accused of assaulting two off-duty police officers early on Sunday morning, according to WPVI-TV (ABC 6) in Philadelphia.

The reports say that McCoy and his friends were parting at the Recess Lounge in the Old City district of the city. Both of the officers were hospitalized following the 2:30 a.m. incident.

At this present time, McCoy nor anyone in his party were arrested. The Philadelphia authorities are currently investigating the matter, but have released very little details thus far.

As the story develops, there will be more to discuss. McCoy is a former member of the Philadelphia Eagles, where he played from 2009 to 2014.

McCoy was traded by then-head coach Chip Kelly — after he was given personnel control — to the Buffalo Bills. Kelly acquired former Oregon Duck linebacker Kiko Alonso, who many consider to be a bust in his first-year in his City of Brotherly Love experience.

Also, depending on how this situation turns out, the NFL will have their eyes and hears peels to the case. If McCoy is charged, he’ll likely be suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

He has been very harsh on players, who have been arrested. He has even given indefinite suspensions to players, who can’t seem to get off of marijuana.

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