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LESEAN MCCOY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Fred Jackson is ‘not going to make it easy’ for LeSean McCoy

Fred Jackson has been with the Bills his entire career. He’s shared the backfield with Marshawn Lynch and C.J. Spiller. This offseason, the team traded for LeSean McCoy, who will surely receive the majority of carries in Buffalo this year. Despite McCoy’s arrival, Jackson isn’t ready to take a diminished role just yet. Speaking about...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Fred Jackson 'not going to hand' LeSean McCoy RB job

Veteran Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson currently serves as the team’s lead rusher from a season ago. However, this might be a hard task to retain once running back LeSean McCoy gets on the field in 2015, especially considering new head coach Rex Ryan is expecting to give McCoy 300-plus rush attempts next year. Dominating his territory, Jackson addressed reporters on...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Draft Picks, Not Kiko Alonso, Were Eagles’ True Target in LeSean McCoy Trade with Bills

In a recent profile of new Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan by the MMQB.com’s Jenny Vrentas, an interesting nugget of information emerged: The Philadelphia Eagles were actually after draft picks in their trade of running back LeSean McCoy to Buffalo, not linebacker Kiko Alonso. The Bills’ front office and coaching staff were on a retreat when the call came in to general manager...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

LeSean McCoy is ‘finished with Philadelphia’

Earlier this week, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy spoke to Philadelphia reporters about the whole situation with former head coach Chip Kelly not “respecting the stars.” Since his comments, McCoy is finished talking about his recent employer. “I’m finished with Philadelphia,” McCoy told PFT Radio on Wednesday. “There’s no more to talk about. [The interview...
Via Total Sports Live
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy admits he didn’t realize how good Bills’ roster is

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy looks good in his official team gear. He also sounds amped for the season. AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: Every signal caller ranked from 1-32 based on marketability Power Rankings: Rating the best jersey investment on each NFL team from 1-32 Check out this clip from a recent interview with Sirius XM in which Shady admits he didn’t know just...
Via cover32
12 days ago  |  Discuss

First look at new Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy wearing team gear is awesome

The Buffalo Bills are one of three NFL teams that started offseason conditioning programs on Monday. That means it’s time to start checking out all of the Bills’ offseason additions. AROUND COVER32 NFL Draft Preview: The top-10 cornerbacks on the board Five Things: Teams that could open the season in New England against the Patriots Running back LeSean McCoy looks real nice...
Via cover32
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles owner: LeSean McCoy wasn't Chip Kelly's style

We are learning a little more about the astounding trade that was made a few weeks ago that sent running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso. During the NFL Annual Owners Meeting on Tuesday, Eagles’ owner Jeffrey Lurie shed a bit of light as to why the team parted with McCoy (via Philly Magazine). We’ve been talking about the asset...
Via Sportsnaut
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Free agents ‘leery’ of Chip Kelly after McCoy trade

Chip Kelly has only been an NFL coach for two seasons, and already he has shown that he is not afraid to make difficult decisions when it comes to veteran players. Could that philosophy be hurting the Philadelphia Eagles in courting free agents? Jason Cole of Bleacher report spoke to several NFL players about Kelly’s...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: McCoy may want more money from Bills

Why was Drew Rosenhaus so adamant on Twitter Tuesday that a trade of his client LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills was not finalized? Perhaps because McCoy is not happy about the deal. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported that “McCoy is not going to be a happy camper about this trade” and that the...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Could the Eagles release LeSean McCoy?

It sounds crazy on the surface. It’s also a representation of how running backs are viewed in today’s NFL. Rumors continue to persist that the Philadelphia Eagles are going to ask running back LeSean McCoy to take a pay cut or face the real possibility of being released prior to the start of free agency on March 10th. Considering that the 26-year-old McCoy has put up over 9...
Via Sportsnaut
February 28, 2015  |  Discuss
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