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LeSean McCoy Will Not Be Charged
Recently it was announced that LeSean McCoy would not face charges relating to an incident that happened the night of the Super Bowl at a bar in Philadelphia. As time progressed it seemed less and less likely that he would be prosecuted. He was not charged due to a lack of clear evidence. The video that surfaced does not tell the entire story and bar fights are one of the hardest cases to prosecute for the District Attorney as we’ve previously mentioned. Now the team only has to worry about a suspension for McCoy from the all-powerful Roger Goodell “master of the universe”.
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Buffalo Bills Preseason Schedule Is Announced
The Buffalo Bills preseason schedule was announced by the league. The Bills will start off playing their first two games at home and their last two on the road. They will play the Indianapolis Colts first at home, followed by the New York Giants the next week. After the Giants, they will play the Washington Redskins in Washington and their last game will be in Detroit versus the Lions. According to team’s website, the Bills and Lions will meet in the preseason for the 15th consecutive year which is pretty impressive.
23-Year-Old A.J. Tarpley Retires
23-year-old Buffalo Bills linebacker A.J. Tarpley retired from the NFL in an Instagram post citing health concerns as the reason. Tarpley’s message included a nice shout out to #BillsMafia. It was a very well written and classy letter. He suffered four concussions in his career with two of them happening this past season. Tarpley only played one year in the NFL with the Bills. He was not a major contributor to the team last year but the Bills are already thin at linebacker and this depletes their roster at the position even further.
Scott Chandler Contemplating Retirement
Former Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler is contemplating retiring from the NFL due to health reasons. He spent this past season with the New England Patriots after many seasons in Buffalo. He was held back by injuries and was largely ineffective for the Patriots. They cut him citing a failed end of season physical as the reason. He recently had knee surgery that will keep him out all of next year and could even end his career. We wish Scott a healthy and speedy recovery and hope he does whatever is best for him and his family going forward.