Tuesday was an interesting day in the ongoing LeSean McCoy investigation, to say the least.
News reports claimed that the Buffalo Bills running back would meet with the Philadelphia district attorney on Tuesday. Then, a subsequent report claimed that meeting had been postponed. Now a third third report has the two parties meeting, but at an undisclosed location. Why, you ask?
In a since-deleted tweet, Associated Press reporter John Wawrow said a reporter was "holing themselves up in McCoy attorney's bathrooms trying to get 'scoop.'"
McCoy case becoming complicated mess for DA. Parties involved: McCoy, his lawyers, offduty cops, their lawyers, police union, police dept...— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) February 23, 2016
After an extensive period of time in which reporters were filing multiple stories that included the words "nothing expected today," the proverbial drop of blood in the water seems to have been too much, and a frenzy ensued. Between initial reports, the video surfacing, charges being "imminent" two weeks ago, and the union president's strong comments, the breathless discussion of the McCoy situation has gone on and on.
Hopefully this meeting is the beginning to a resolution.