As the offseason began, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy found himself in some hot water stemming from an incident at a Philadelphia night club. The case was in limbo while in the hands of the Pennsylvania District Attorney's office for over a month, that is, until a decision was finally reached.
The D.A.'s office opted against issuing any charges to McCoy in the case that involved two off-duty police officers, and a dispute over some bottles of champagne. The case was then reviewed by the Pennsylvania Attorney General, and now it's gotten similar results.
According to Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News, the state A.G.'s office told McCoy's attorney that the case has officially been dismissed.
The NFL has yet to make any decision known on the Bills running back, as to whether or not he'll face a suspension for violating the league's personal code of conduct policy. The Bills start training camp on July 30 at St. John Fisher College.