Updated: 2:45 p.m.

Former Eagles star LeSean McCoy will not be charged for his alleged involvement in a bar fight in February.

In a press conference on Monday afternoon, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams made the announcement, citing insufficient evidence. 

BigTrial.net was the first outlet to report that McCoy wouldn't be facing charges for a brawl at an Old City night club on the morning of Feb. 7 that sent two off-duty police officers to the hospital. 

The decision to not charge McCoy ends the nearly two-month saga in which Williams didn't want to "rush to judgement." 

Meanwhile, Philly FOP president John McNesby was vocal in his criticism of the way the district attorney handled the situation. 

While McCoy won't face legal action for the incident, it's likely the NFL will investigate. Bills head coach Rex Ryan said at the NFL Scouting Combine in late February that he had spoken with McCoy, but wouldn't say anything further. 

After being drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 2009 draft, McCoy spent his first six seasons in Philadelphia and became the Eagles’ all-time leading rusher. He was traded by Chip Kelly for linebacker Kiko Alonso before the start of the 2015 season.