The updates continue to surface from the allegations that have been raised against Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy. Today’s links include a number of updates for the story that continues to develop nationally. There is also coverage of Tre’Davious White, the offensive line, Micah Hyde and much more.
Police came to LeSean McCoy’s house three times before reported assault – The Buffalo News
Police reports show the Milton, Ga., Police Department were called three times in the past year to a house owned by LeSean McCoy where his ex-girlfriend was living.
[BN] Blitz newsletter: Details of previous police visits to McCoy’s Georgia house – The Buffalo News
The Milton, Ga. police department released more information Thursday relating to the incident involving the ex-girlfriend of Bills running back LeSean McCoy.
Police called to LeSean McCoy's home three times since July 2017 | NewYorkUpstate.com
Milton, Georgia police released three domestic dispute reports on Thursday.
Camp Countdown: No. 14 - 3 reasons Tre'Davious White's game should take a big leap forward - BuffaloBills.com
“It did not take long for Tre’Davious White to prove that he deserved to be picked before the 27th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. White made an impact on the field for the Buffalo Bills as a rookie with four interceptions, two fumbles recovered and he returned one of the fumbles for a touchdown.”
Is having an extra week of training camp an advantage for Week 1? | WGR 550 SportsRadio Ravens veterans report to camp a week before the Bills; rookies are already there
Dunne: The AFC East is 'still New England and everyone else' | WGR 550 SportsRadio
"NFL writer from Bleacher Report Tyler Dunne joined Mike Schopp and Sal Capaccio on Wednesday afternoon to discuss everything from LeSean McCoy's legal situation to Tyrod Taylor's new home in Cleveland."
PFF ranks 2018 offensive lines | Where do the Buffalo Bills land? | NewYorkUpstate.com
There are plenty of questions about the Bills' offensive line heading into training camp.
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The biggest obstacle facing Buffalo is whether or not rookie quarterback Josh Allen can replicate the success Tyrod Taylor enjoyed. The biggest question facing the 2018 Buffalo Bills is if the team will be better or worse without Taylor under center.
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Ex-girlfriend’s attorney distancing her from domestic abuse accusations against Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy - Buffalo Rumblings
McCoy’s ex-girlfriend says she never accused McCoy of wrongdoing.