- Date of Birth:
- July 12, 1988
- 5' 11"
LeSean McCoy (born July 12, 1988 in Harrisburg, PA) is an American football player. He currently plays as a running back for the Buffalo Bills, and was previously drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009. LeSean attended Bishop McDevitt High School where he suffered a serious ankle injury that could have ended his football career. That injury was later documented in the TV series E:60, as details of his high school life were the subject of an episode.
Best Known For:
LeSean is best known for being the Buffalo Bills’ running back.
LeSean’s brother, LeRon McCoy, also played as a wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals. It was reported in February of 2016 that LeSean and one of his friends assaulted two off-duty police officers at around 2AM. Both officers had to be hospitalized, but no arrests were made because of “insufficient credible evidence.” The case against LeSean is still going on, and it was announced that the NFL would launch their own investigation, which means he could still face disciplinary action.