Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy will not be charged after being involved in a brawl in the early morning hours of Super Bowl Sunday, according to The Buffalo News. Veteran reporter Vic Carucci says that McCoy won’t be charged; however, someone that night will be charged.
The Bills starting running back was involved in an early-morning fight at the Recess Lounge in Olde City in Philadelphia. The fight, which reportedly includes former NFL running back Curtis Brinkley and two others, who had ties to the NFL, as well, fought two off-duty Philadelphia police officers.
The police officers were severely beaten and suffered broken ribs and other injuries over a fight about a champagne bottle. An officer reportedly took a champagne bottle that was ordered by McCoy’s table, then it dropped on the floor and broke open.
Then, after that, the fight broke out.
A few days ago, the Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams met with McCoy and his attorney at his attorney’s office. His attorney Dennis Cogan has said from the get-go that McCoy has done nothing wrong, which is his only quote on record.
Williams has said that he’s in no hurry to make an announcement on whether McCoy and his friends would be charged. However, the Fraternal Order of Police John McNesby has been critical of the way Williams has handled the case — and he has said that Williams has given McCoy special treatment the entire time.
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