LeSean McCoy case takes another strange turn

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It’s possibly true that, as Bills running back LeSean McCoy contends, he has had no direct involvement with girlfriend Delicia Cordon for months. That may not be enough to keep him out of trouble for the graphic injuries Cordon recently sustained.

Via Mike Rodak of ESPN.com, Cordon’s lawyers say that she was the victim of the invasion of a home owned by McCoy in Georgia, and that the thief stole jewelry from Cordon.

“The assailant demanded specific items of jewelry that had been previously gifted to Ms. Cordon by Mr. McCoy, which Mr. McCoy had requested back on many occasions,” the statement from the attorney explains. “In fact, after Ms. Cordon refused to return her jewelry gifts to Mr. McCoy, he would often suggest to Ms. Cordon that she could be robbed because the jewelry was expensive.”

Although the statement apparently doesn’t come out and say it, the implication is inescapable: The lawyer believes McCoy orchestrated the invasion of his home and the ensuing robbery of and attack on Cordon.

If that’s true, McCoy likely has played his last down of NFL football.

115 responses to “LeSean McCoy case takes another strange turn

  1. It’s starting to look like McCoy has some type of involvement in this, if so his NFL career is over

  2. Well, he installed the cameras, which she didn’t have access to, this is pretty open and shut. Either it’s there or it’s not. If it is, then he’s stupid if he orchestrated it, if it’s not, it’s even fishier. However, I still don’t think you can discount the fact that this was public knowledge with it being brought up in court and could have been anybody with knowledge. Like, the crazy friend looking for her ride to keep on rolling.

  3. Ummmm….

    1. Woman is on trip with her friend gets back the day before she is about to be evicted from NFL stars home
    2. Security cameras are “somehow” turned off

    Yeahhh, this smells like a cash grab and excuse to extend her stay in someone else’s mansion, WHY would shady need someone to “steal” his own property back for him? Especially the day before she was going to be legally evicted from HIS home?

    You’d have to be an idiot to think he “orchestrated” this or to have actually have done this – either way and idiot will be identified soon.

  4. Waiting for all the facts on this one. Either way he will be suspended for 6 games like Zeke regardless of his involvement. Thats the way it works right?

  5. This and the Browner case are beyond belief. These men give football a bad name. They are ignorant sadistic animals that should not live in a civil society.

  6. Wonder if his actions were warranted. This is amazing if true. But the point is not getting caught, so he presumably picked the wrong assailants.

  7. Because a lawyer would never lie…..
    Yeah I’m going to wait and see what the facts are. It’s 50/50 she has her lawyer and friends lying.

  8. screamingyellowzonkers says:
    July 10, 2018 at 8:59 pm
    LOL………
    Does the NFL even play football anymore with all the politics and criminals?

    ————————-
    Actually they play a lot of it. But this is the off season so this is all we got.

  9. bronx33 says:
    July 10, 2018 at 8:47 pm
    Here’s an idea… how about waiting until the facts come out?

    Isn’t that exactly what this is?? Facts….coming out?

  10. Perhaps his comment about having no “direct” contact with the parties was more telling than intended. I immediately wondered if indirect contact was even possible. This scenario provides the answer – yes. This would epitomize indirect contact.

  11. This is the same girl that has “incidents” with Ronnie Brown and Marcus Vick. Anyone see a pattern here?

  12. From the post: “If that’s true, McCoy likely has played his last down of NFL football.”

    Nah, two games max … it is the NFL after all ….

  13. Yeah sounds like a stretch to me that Shady is behind this somehow. Right now the dots point to a cash grab by her. No camera, the exact items that have been documented were stolen and she was to be evicted. But if shady is involved not only is the NFL done but his freedom as well

  14. So, if she really did set this up, she also decided to have the s*** kicked out of her to make it look legit ? i don’t know. looks like he is in trouble. just my 2cnts.

  15. He is nicknamed “SHADY” for a very good reason, peeps.

    As I commented before, “Shady” owes the esteemed former NFL coach-now, once again-Collegiate Football Meister, Chip Kelly, a sincere apology. But like Donald Trump, do you think Shady would ever apologize for any thing that he has ever done WRONG lol

    Another Classic Narcissist.

  16. Well, nobody ever accused him of being very bright. If this is true then that just reinforces that opinion. It certainly doesn’t look good if the above story is accurate.

  17. Couldn’t it all be part of the ruse? While it would appear to be his involvement by requesting specific items, isn’t that would she would tell the police to make him look guilty?

    I’m beginning to think there’s some involvement but to be fair to all sides, there’s no evidence that those items were asked for in question and no actual proof he ever asked for those items back or said they’d get robbed.

    It almost appears too obvious that it’s him so that It appears to be a set up. It’s a cat and mouse game if he said/ she said.

    Boy some video evidence would sure be helpful right now.

  18. The victim’s friend and lawyer are not helping. Blaming McCoy before the police have filed charges is a huge mistake. Every adult knows that when you gift someone with an expensive gift, it’s gone unless it is an heirloom. There just too many gaps right now. And if McCoy did beat his son, the child’s mother didn’t report it? Or the vet who took care of the dog?

  19. Can’t draft him on my fantasy football team regardless of the truth. Too much of a distraction in the locker room.

  20. @ dbatrox21

    “You’d think he plays for Dallas…”

    Only a hater would say this, as haters don’t pay attention to any facts or stats. But, to be factual, Dallas is tied for 29th in the league for players arrested. That is right – 29th out of 31 teams for players arrested since 2000.

    You’d think haters would have at least some modicum of intelligence…… But no, true to form, haters are inept, and they are simply going to hate before providing any sort of argument they can at least back up.

    If McCoy orchestrated this, he is in some serious hot water. I hope he didn’t have any involvement, but where there is smoke, there is fire.

    But you stay classy, dbatrox21.

  21. joemammy says:
    July 10, 2018 at 9:53 pm
    Meanwhile, Tyrod Taylor is smiling in Cleveland.

    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Not for long……..there is no joy in the Factory of Sadness.

  22. From the post: “If that’s true, McCoy likely has played his last down of NFL football.”
    _________________

    You’d think so, right?
    But as the Minnesota Vikings proved to the rest of the NFL, it really all depends on how good the player may be, and how soulless the fan base truly is.

  23. Like I said….wait for evidence. This? Is closer to evidence. Agree again with Florio. He might have played his last down in the NFL.

  24. Out on the UCLA campus, Chip Kelly is smiling. He’s at least getting the last laugh on all the haters who criticized him for trading McCoy to Buffalo.

  25. rabidbillsfan says:
    July 10, 2018 at 8:49 pm
    Well, he installed the cameras, which she didn’t have access to, this is pretty open and shut. Either it’s there or it’s not. If it is, then he’s stupid if he orchestrated it, if it’s not, it’s even fishier. However, I still don’t think you can discount the fact that this was public knowledge with it being brought up in court and could have been anybody with knowledge. Like, the crazy friend looking for her ride to keep on rolling.———————————————

    You’re ‘logic’ is the reason “Reasonable Doubt” has to be explained in detail before a trial.

  26. There’s an easy way to figure out whether it’s true and that’s to get a confession out of the robber. However this seems pretty bad if it is proven true. Conspiracy to commit robbery, assault, stalking, the possibilities are endless.

  27. For all of you who believe that McCoy is guilty, consider this overlooked fact. The law is on Mccoy’s side regarding the eviction and his possessions. I am not talking about gifts. And why was she refusing to move out? It makes no sense to have her beaten and robbed when they were due in court. I can’t think of any legal standing she had to remain in the home and keep his possessions.

  28. This women was living in his house that he told her to get out of. This is a case of an ex-girlfriend who has been dismissed by her high profile athlete boyfriend and was looking for a vengeful way to get him back / hurt him big time. And yes .. it’s possible for her to hire someone to do that to her knowing she’s going to sue him for a big payday. Those type of women are that crazy.

  29. The fact that the robbery happened one day before she was evicted and that the cameras were off definitely give the police reason to conduct an intense investigation.

  30. jsrdc says:
    July 10, 2018 at 9:55 pm
    @ dbatrox21

    “You’d think he plays for Dallas…”

    Only a hater would say this, as haters don’t pay attention to any facts or stats. But, to be factual, Dallas is tied for 29th in the league for players arrested. That is right – 29th out of 31 teams for players arrested since 2000.

    You’d think haters would have at least some modicum of intelligence…… But no, true to form, haters are inept, and they are simply going to hate before providing any sort of argument they can at least back up.

    If McCoy orchestrated this, he is in some serious hot water. I hope he didn’t have any involvement, but where there is smoke, there is fire.

    But you stay classy, dbatrox21.

    A fact you may have overlooked is there are 32 teams in the league.

  31. All persons associated with the NFL are required to avoid “conduct detrimental to the integrity of and public confidence in the National Football League.

    Based on the plain reading of the rule, McCoy should and will face discipline.

    This
    Has
    Undone
    Greatness

  32. It’s just as likely she orchestrated it as he did. The photo looks awful but all that blood can be from one small cut on the top of her head. He broke up with her and she refused to leave for a year from a house he owns. I’m not saying he didn’t do it but he’s worth millions and has everything to lose.

  33. C’mon…isn’t it obvious that the whole thing was set up by Bill Belichick to keep McCoy from playing this season?? Looks like it could work too.

  34. Mccoy didnt need to do something like this because The woman was going to be evicted the next day….thats really all we need to know….

  35. Doesn’t look good for Shady, but still we need to see facts. If he did this he will not get away with it. Time will do.

  36. @nflagency

    Totally agree with your description. Same can be applied to the Zeke scenario. The woman was associated with him, she made a huge scene and blamed him. It made the NFL look bad. Regardless of whether it was completely fabricated, it was deemed to be detrimental to the league, and therefore a suspension was justified. Facts are not a requirement here. This is one of those stories that is going to continue to get larger, and weirder. No matter what happens with the police investigation, no matter if she is proven to be fabricating part or all of the story, there is a suspension looming for McCoy.

  37. Aww jeez, Lesean. If you’re gonna hire goons, at least ask them to make it look like a random crime. – Not only are you out of the NFL, but you’re looking at some prison time as well.

  38. Remember when OJ tried to get back some of his stuff? No fall guy and 9 years in prison. Sounds like Shady was paying attention during Cris Carters fall guy lecture.

  39. Well when an ex girlfriend stays in your house until you have to legally evict her she’s pretty crazy, trust me, I’ve dated a few crazies. So I’m not exactly considering her word the gold standard here, pun intended.

  40. Not saying that he did it, but Slimy McCoy deserves whatever he gets every single day. He is a real POS. His value to the world drops dramatically, when he leaves the field of play.

  41. read alot of bad stuff this ladies friend was bringung up. from beating his kid, beating the dog till its kidney got messed up and roids

  42. I met Mr McCoy and his brother outside of Philly before a possible work stoppage years ago .
    In regards to youth football clinics.
    Yes , he IS …… … ” SHADY McCOY”

  43. This whole story brings up a memory from the movie, Body Heat where Mickey Rouke is advising William Hurt about planning a crime or arson and tells him;

    “Anytime you plan a crime, you’ve got 50 ways to screw up. If you can think of 25 of them in advance of the crime, you’re a genius. And you ain’t no genius”

    I think this applies to Shady and his soon to be cut short NFL career.

  44. The first “Shady” reference gave me a chuckle. By the 18th reference…not so much.

  45. The one thing I never get; These guys have millions, but they can’t let an item of value go. A shiny object. They get personal. Just forget about it, it is meaningless. Please go to higher level for our civilization

  46. “Specific items” puts a whole new spin on this. A person doing a home invasion doesn’t usually want specific items. They trash the house, hurt (or even kill) the occupants, and take ANYTHING of value. I think “Shady” is in a whole bunch of trouble.

  47. “WHY would shady need someone to “steal” his own property back for him? Especially the day before she was going to be legally evicted from HIS home?”
    _________________

    Because the courts didn’t agree with him that it was his property. He’d asked for these items back in court filings but they hadn’t been awarded to him. Thus, they were still her property. And evicting somebody from your home doesn’t magically let you keep all their stuff–it just gets them removed from the house.

  48. @ scottishvike says:

    “A fact you may have overlooked is there are 32 teams in the league”.

    Nah. The Browns don’t count. All joking aside, Two teams were tied for the same amount of arrests in the article, so it was out of 31 as per the article.

    It really doesn’t matter. The Cowboys are one of the teams with the fewest arrests the past 18 years, but haters will point to the Cowboys for every arrest that comes up. It is par for the course for the rest of the NFC East fans to do this

  49. Call for you Mr McCoy. Its Jerry Jones on line one.

    The next redo of The Longest Yard is going to have a great cast. O.J., Rae Carruth, Ray Lewis, Adrian Peterson, LeSean McCoy and others. The prison team is going to field a killer team.

  50. bronx33 says:
    July 10, 2018 at 8:47 pm
    Here’s an idea… how about waiting until the facts come out?
    =======================
    When the heck has that ever mattered?

  51. discdistance says:
    July 11, 2018 at 7:32 am
    @nflagency

    Totally agree with your description. Same can be applied to the Zeke scenario. The woman was associated with him, she made a huge scene and blamed him. It made the NFL look bad. Regardless of whether it was completely fabricated, it was deemed to be detrimental to the league, and therefore a suspension was justified. Facts are not a requirement here. This is one of those stories that is going to continue to get larger, and weirder. No matter what happens with the police investigation, no matter if she is proven to be fabricating part or all of the story, there is a suspension looming for McCoy.
    ==============================
    Absolutely. Because the NFL has completely overreacted to domestic violence issues it has opened up Pandoras box for potentially wild and baseless claims. Most likely at the expense of real DV issues that warrant real attention. Not that the NFL will get the investigation right in either scenario.

  52. It’s probably best to listen to all the facts, rather than the word of 1 side’s lawyer.

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