|July 13, 201612:24 PM PT1:24 PM MT2:24 PM CT3:24 PM ET19:24 GMT3:24 AM 北京时间12:24 PM MST2:24 PM EST2:24 PM CT23:24 UAE15:24 ET18:24 - The NFL will not take any action against McCoy for his role in a February nightclub fight, according to reports Wednesday.
Analysis: On April 4, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams announced there was "insufficient evidence" to charge McCoy, his friends or the off-duty officers involved in the Feb. 7 incident. McCoy played six years with the Eagles before he was traded to the Bills prior to the 2015 season. In 12 games for Buffalo, McCoy had 203 carries for 895 yards and three touchdowns.
|July 8, 20161:03 PM PT2:03 PM MT3:03 PM CT4:03 PM ET20:03 GMT4:03 AM 北京时间1:03 PM MST3:03 PM EST3:03 PM CT0:03 UAE (+1)16:03 ET19:03 - The Pennsylvania attorney general's office has dismissed its investigation of a fight involving McCoy in a Philadelphia nightclub that left two off-duty police officers injured.
Analysis: Solicitor General Bruce Castor said in April that he decided to review the case after getting a request from the president of the police union in Philadelphia. District Attorney Seth Williams had earlier said he wouldn't charge McCoy. He said he couldn't prove who initiated the fight which broke out in February over who had purchased a $350 bottle of champagne. One officer suffered a broken nose and broken ribs.
|Apr. 18, 20169:50 AM PT10:50 AM MT11:50 AM CT12:50 PM ET16:50 GMT12:50 AM 北京时间9:50 AM MST11:50 AM EST11:50 AM CT20:50 UAE12:50 ET15:50 - The Pennsylvania attorney general's office is reviewing a district attorney's decision not to charge Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy in a Philadelphia nightclub fight that left two off-duty police officers injured.
Analysis: Solicitor General Bruce Castor said Monday that he met last week with detectives after getting a written request from the president of the police union in Philadelphia. Castor says that despite spending decades as a prosecutor, he wasn't aware of the rarely used review procedure. It requires approval from a judge to transfer the case from county prosecutors to the attorney general.
|Apr. 4, 201610:59 AM PT11:59 AM MT12:59 PM CT1:59 PM ET17:59 GMT1:59 AM 北京时间10:59 AM MST12:59 PM EST12:59 PM CT21:59 UAE13:59 ET16:59 - McCoy won't be charged over a Philadelphia nightclub brawl that left two off-duty police officers injured. He could still face discipline from the NFL.
Analysis: District Attorney Seth Williams says he can't prove who initiated the fight and says it's legal to act in self-defense or the defense of others. Defense lawyer Dennis Cogan says McCoy was only trying to break up a fight between the officers and his friends over a $350 bottle of Champagne on Feb. 7. Police have said the fight broke out over a misunderstanding about who had bought the bottle.
|Feb. 23, 20166:34 PM PT7:34 PM MT8:34 PM CT9:34 PM ET2:34 GMT10:34 AM 北京时间7:34 PM MST9:34 PM EST8:34 PM CT6:34 UAE (+1)21:34 ET1:34 - McCoy has met with Philadelphia prosecutors investigating a nightclub fight that left two off-duty police officers injured.
Analysis: Defense lawyer Dennis Cogan says McCoy met with assistant city prosecutors at his law office on Tuesday. District Attorney Seth Williams has said he won't rush a decision on whether anyone should be charged in the 3 a.m. brawl on Super Bowl Sunday. Investigators say the fight stemmed from a misunderstanding over who owned a $350 bottle of champagne.
|Feb. 8, 20169:15 AM PT10:15 AM MT11:15 AM CT12:15 PM ET17:15 GMT1:15 AM 北京时间10:15 AM MST12:15 PM EST11:15 AM CT21:15 UAE12:15 ET15:15 - Philadelphia's top prosecutor says he won't rush his decision on whether to charge McCoy over a nightclub fight.
Analysis: District Attorney Seth Williams is feeling heat from the city's police union because two off-duty officers were injured in the Feb. 7 brawl. But Williams on Friday says his goal "is to get it right, not get it fast." Investigators say the 3 a.m. fight erupted over which group had purchased a $350 bottle of champagne at the after-hours club. One officer suffered a broken nose and broken ribs while a second had a possible skull fracture.