Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy won’t face charges in nightclub fight

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy will not face charges for his alleged role in a nightclub fight with off-duty Philadelphia police officers, according to reports Monday.

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s office was expected to announce its decision not to pursue charges later Monday.

The NFL will conduct its own investigation into the incident and could discipline McCoy.

Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams said in February that his department was still reviewing evidence tied to the alleged altercation at a Philadelphia nightclub on Feb. 7. McCoy met with Williams on Feb. 23 at the office of McCoy’s attorney, Dennis Cogan.

McCoy and three friends were investigated after a fight at a nightclub left two off-duty police officers with serious injuries.

McCoy and three others allegedly were involved in the incident with the off-duty officers that apparently started over a bottle of champagne. The officers sustained broken ribs and other injuries, including a lacerated eye, broken nose, broken ribs and a sprained thumb, according to police.

McCoy, 27, played six years with the Philadelphia Eagles before he was traded to the Bills prior to the 2015 season. In 12 games for Buffalo, all starts, McCoy had 203 carries for 895 yards and three touchdowns.

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