ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the NFL has yet to decide whether LeSean McCoy will face discipline for his alleged role in a February nightclub brawl in Philadelphia.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports LeSean McCoy is not expected to face league discipline for his alleged role in a February nightclub brawl in Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia District Attorney's office has announced LeSean McCoy won't face charges for his alleged role in a February nightclub brawl.
ABC Buffalo reports there's "no timeline" on a potential LeSean McCoy suspension announcement.
BigTrial.net reports the Philadelphia D.A.'s Office is expected to announce Monday LeSean McCoy will not face any charges stemming from a February 7 fight at a local nightclub.
A source close to LeSean McCoy told the Buffalo News that McCoy is not expected to be charged in connection with a February nightclub brawl in Philadelphia.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Bills are "planning as if LeSean McCoy will miss several games" to begin the season.
FOX Sports reports LeSean McCoy ended up meeting with the Philadelphia district attorney's office on Tuesday afternoon.
LeSean McCoy's Tuesday meeting with the Philadelphia district attorney's office has been canceled.
LeSean McCoy will meet with the Philadelphia district attorney Tuesday.
A source close to LeSean McCoy told The Buffalo News' Vic Carucci off-duty officer Roland Butler instigated the February 7 nightclub brawl.
CSN Philly reports the Philadelphia district attorney’s office is "pushing back" against issuing an arrest warrant for LeSean McCoy for his alleged involvement in a nightclub brawl with off-duty police officers.
A source close to the LeSean McCoy assault investigation told the Buffalo News that police are expected to hold a press conference regarding their case on Thursday or "Friday at the latest."
CSN Philly reports Philadelphia authorities won't make a decision on issuing arrest warrants in the LeSean McCoy assault case until next week.