The Pennsylvania attorney general's office may have dismissed its investigation of former Eagles running back LeSean McCoy surrounding his involvement in a bar brawl in Philadelphia that took place in February.
And the NFL may not have disciplined the Bills running back for his involvement, but that hasn't stopped the police officers who were involved in the brawl from suing the NFL star.
TMZ Sports reports today that two of the off-duty police officers hurt in the incident, Darnell Jessie and Roland Butler, are suing McCoy.
"The officers are also suing Recess and 3 members of McCoy's party -- Curtis Brinkley, Tamarcus Porter and Christopher Henderson," TMZ writes.
NBC has more details:
The civil suit says McCoy, who now plays for the Buffalo Bills, beat and kicked one officer while he was on the ground and punched another officer in the eye. The suit was filed Tuesday in Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
The suit also names Curtis Brinkley, Tamarcus Porter and Christopher Henderson as defendants along with McCoy. Brinkley is a former NFL running back, and Porter once played football for the University of Pittsburgh, where McCoy also played. Recess Lounge in Old City, where the fight occurred, is also named as a defendant in the suit.
The suit alleges that McCoy, Brinkley, Porter and Henderson were "already visibly intoxicated," but that employees at Recess continued to serve them in the time leading up to the brawl.
Police say the fight started over who purchased an expensive bottle of champagne and that one of the officers suffered a broken noes and a broken ribs, according to the AP.