Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy was involved in a bar fight with an off duty policeman earlier this year, but no charges will be brought up against him though. Many people will however talk trash about him, but Shady will not let that bother him.
“I know what type of person I am and what I do for my community, what type of father I am,” McCoy said Saturday during a hometown charity event. “People always have their own opinions. You can’t change them. And I’m fine with that.”
The NFL has decided not to discipline McCoy for his role in the alleged February incident. The Eagles traded McCoy to the Bills before the 2015 season for Kiko Alonso, but Shady does not buy into the media trying to make someone look worse than they are.
“If the media only paints a picture of a player as this or whatever that may be, then that’s what the people see,” McCoy said. “So I don’t really go back and forth about that.”