The investigation into the alleged assault involving Bills running back LeSean McCoy is likely to result in no charges against McCoy, a source told Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News Thursday.
Carucci tweeted that someone with McCoy that night could be charged, but McCoy won’t be.
McCoy was involved in an early-morning Philadelphia nightclub fight on Super Bowl Sunday that ended with off-duty police officers being hospitalized.
There have been varying reports on whether charges would be filed, and the district attorney’s office has said there’s no hurry to make a decision. The Fraternal Order of Police accused the district attorney of providing McCoy special treatment.
The NFL began investigating the incident immediately after news of it emerged. The Bills have said nothing beyond a standard team statement that they’re aware of the incident.