Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy will not face charges for his alleged involvement in a February 7 bar fight until at least next Wednesday, according to a report from NFL.com's Albert Breer.
According to the lawyer for LeSean McCoy, the Bills RB's camp has been informed no charges will be filed until at least Wednesday.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 12, 2016
McCoy changed defense attorneys on Thursday, switching from Jack McMahon to Larry Krasner, as he awaits the likelihood of a warrant being issued for his arrest. That, too, won't happen until next week, after the Philadelphia District Attorney's office is doing reviewing the police investigation submitted earlier this week.
McCoy and three other men, including former NFL running back Curtis Brinkley, were allegedly involved in a fight at Recess in Philly that left two off-duty police officers with serious injuries that required hospitalization. The fight apparently began when the two groups argued over the ownership of a bottle of champagne. The officers involved in the fray will not, reportedly, be facing charges or discipline. McCoy and the three men, meanwhile, could end up facing aggravated assault charges.
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