It's officially over, folks. The NFL will not be taking any action against LeSean McCoy.
The Philadelphia District Attorney and the Philadelphia Attorney General both looked into pressing charges against the Buffalo Bills running back and in both instances, both parties believed that there was not enough evidence to go forward. Based upon their findings, the NFL has followed suit and determined that there is no reason for McCoy to face any sort of punishment or suspension for a nightclub altercation that took place back in February.
With this news, the Bills know that their star running back will be suited up in Week 1 when the team faces off against the Baltimore Ravens. In his first season with the Bills, McCoy averaged 4.4 yards per carry while gaining 895 yards rushing on 203 carries. McCoy also caught 32 passes for 292 yards with Buffalo.null