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Pennsylvania Attorney General closes investigation against LeSean McCoy

The Pennsylvania Attorney General has closed its investigation against LeSean McCoy, but Mike Florio says the league could still decide to discipline the Bills running back themselves.

The Pennsylvania Attorney General was asked by the state’s police union to take a second look into the bar fight incident that involved Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy after a Philadelphia district attorney declined to pursue charges in the case.

According to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, that secondary investigation by the state A.G. has reached the same conclusion as the city courts.

McCoy was allegedly involved in an altercation with three off-duty police officers at a Philadelphia bar in early February. He was investigated on assault charges by the Philadelphia District Attorney elected against pressing charges due to a lack of evidence in April.

At the behest of the police union, the state took its own look into the incident before reaching the same finding. The Attorney General sent letters to the police union and Philadelphia District Attorney informing them that the investigation is now closed.