LeSean McCoy's attorney does not expect the RB to be charged by the Pennsylvania Attorney General

Steve Cogan told the Buffalo News that he came away with a "very clear" sense that McCoy would not be charged.

Although the investigation is still open, LeSean McCoy's attorney, Steve Cogan, believes that his client will not be charged by the Pennsylvania Attorney General. 

Cogan talked with Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News and told the writer that he came away with a "very clear" sense that the Buffalo Bills running back would not be charged by the AG.

In early April, Seth Williams, the Philadelphia District Attorney, said that no charges would be brought against McCoy. This led to John J. McNesby, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5, asking the AG to get involved in the case. 

You can read Carucci's entire article with Cogan here: McCoy's attorney: No charges from Pennsylvania AG expected against Bills' RB

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