Buffalo Bills LeSean McCoy won’t be charged over the Philadelphia nightclub brawl with two police officers injured during the incident.
Seth Williams, the district attorney of Philadelphia, said he doesn’t have enough facts to prove who started the fight in the first place. But it’s legal to do self-defense, in this case would be for any individual involved within the nightclub brawl.
McCoy was trying to break up the fight between his friends and officers over a $350 champagne bottle. It was a misunderstanding, that left McCoy lucky for his NFL career. If he was in this incident, it could jeopardize his status on where he can be in the 2016-17 season.
Last season, McCoy didn’t have the impact the Bills thought he would be with his elusive speed and playmaking abilities, leaving defensive coordinators nervous figuring out ways to stop him. Let see what he becomes after his offseason is over, leading into training camp to prove everyone wrong on his reputation as one of the best running backs in the NFL.