PHILADELPHIA, PA (WIVB) — A highly anticipated meeting between the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office and Buffalo Bills Running Back LeSean McCoy unfolded Tuesday, according to multiple reports and NFL.com.
Although District Attorney Seth Williams said his department will not comment on the ongoing investigation, LeSean McCoy’s lawyers have also remained quiet. The two met at an undisclosed location in Philadelphia on Tuesday night, but did not comment before, nor after, to the press.
McCoy is under investigation for an alleged altercation with off-duty police officers in a private club. The officers reportedly received multiple injuries and required treatment in the hospital, at which time they filed police reports.
Darnell Jesse, one of the officers involved in the alleged fight, leaked pictures of his injury after he was treated in the hospital.
McCoy has not been arrested or charged with a crime, yet, and has been seen around Philadelphia as the case continues to be fleshed out.
The Buffalo Bills are reportedly preparing to miss their star running back this coming season for at least a few games. According to Ian Rapoport, the team is practicing as if it will not have McCoy for multiple games, and will draft or sign in free agency accordingly.
Before playing for the Buffalo Bills, McCoy lined up at running back for the Philadelphia Eagles for six seasons. The Eagles traded McCoy away for Kiko Alonso, a promising young defensive talent.