The representation for Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is seeking a legal defense strategy with a warrant for his arrest reportedly imminent.
ESPN's Mark Schwarz and FOXSports.com's Mike Garafolo both reported on Monday evening that arrest warrants for McCoy and three others are expected in the next day or two, as Philadelphia police continue to investigate a late-night brawl at a club in which McCoy was allegedly involved.
WPVI-TV in Philadelphia was the first to report on Monday afternoon that McCoy was seeking legal defense.
Meanwhile, video of the incident has apparently surfaced via CrossingBroad.com, which also attempts to make a compelling argument to prove McCoy's still-alleged involvement in the skirmish. The grainy video was captured with a cell phone and shared with the website on Monday.
Philadelphia police officials publicly condemned the brawl, and even McCoy directly, on Monday afternoon while speaking with reporters, despite the investigation's ongoing state.
"Nothing should amount to this kind of incident where you have someone going to the ground and have any individual stomping a person over a bottle of champagne," said Lt. John Stanford of Philadelphia Police, who have not released the names of anyone they're investigating yet. "It makes no sense whatsoever."
Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 5 President John McNesby added of McCoy: "Maybe he should stay in Buffalo and carry on like an idiot in Buffalo."
As of Tuesday morning, no arrest warrants have been issued, nor any charges brought - though that may change soon on both fronts.