Report: LeSean McCoy unlikely to be charged or suspended
LeSean McCoy has been under investigation since July after his ex-girlfriend was beaten and robbed at a home owned by the star running back, but he is not expected to face legal action or discipline from the NFL.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported on Sunday that an investigation involving McCoy is still ongoing in Georgia, but no evidence has been turned up that would warrant charging McCoy with a crime. While the NFL could suspend McCoy or place him on the commissioner’s exempt list regardless of how the investigation plays out, the belief is that he is not in danger of being suspended.
McCoy’s ex-girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, suffered multiple injuries when she was robbed by a man holding a gun and wearing a mask. She told police the attacker demanded specific items of jewelry that were given to her by McCoy, and Cordon believed McCoy had set her up. A previous report indicated that McCoy recently went to a judge in an attempt to have Cordon evicted from a home he owns.
The issues between McCoy and Cordon go back quite a while, as she publicly accused the Buffalo Bills star of cheating on her last summer.