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Rosenhaus: McCoy won’t be released or traded 

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On February 28, 2017 at 10:40 am EST

Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy said he is “flabbergasted” that the team would release or trade his client. McCoy has a $8.875 million cap hit.

That number has people speculating that the new coaching staff would be willing to move on without him. Sean McDermott, the new head coach, has not talked about the matter.

LeSean McCoy (Getty Images)

LeSean McCoy (Getty Images)

“Buffalo was so special…,” McCoy recently tweeted on Sunday. “Thanks for everything.”

It appears that he was treating about an autograph signing. However, people took it the wrong way.

Rosenhaus insists McCoy will play for the team for the next several years. With limited offensive weapons – and an undetermined future of quarterback Tyrod Taylor – it would be a huge mistake if they moved on without him at least through this season.

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