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McCoy, Brinkley involved in fight with two Philadelphia officers

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On Monday, we reported that Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy was involved in an altercation with two off-duty Philadelphia police officers on Sunday morning. According to WPIV-TV, another NFL player was involved in the incident, as former NFL back Curtis Brinkley was also with McCoy. 

The fight with McCoy, Brinkley and the officers occurred at around 2:30 am in the Recess Lounge in the Olde City District of Philadelphia. Brinkley nor McCoy were arrested after the fight. 

However, they are reportedly the focus of an investigation and a police report was made, according to media reports. ESPN’s Mike Rodak tweeted on Monday that four suspects were involved in the fight. 

The authorities have received video of the incident, as has TMZ Sports. 

“We believe the man in the red boxers, who gets pulled into the ice bucket is LeSean McCoy,” a police source told TMZ. 

According to the report, the fight came after a dispute of a champagne bottle. Fox 29’s Dave Schratwieser says officers suffered fractured skill, broken ribs, broken nose. Everyone elected from restaurant. 

The Bills said they were “gathering more information” about the incident. McCoy is a former Philadelphia Eagles player, who may have been visiting the area. 

He was a second-round pick by the Eagles in the 2009 NFL Draft. He spent six-years with the team, before being traded to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso. 

This season, he had 895 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games. 

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