Attorneys: LeSean McCoy did nothing wrong in Feb. 7 brawl

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LeSean McCoy's attorney, Dennis Cogan, denied his client did anything wrong in a Feb. 7 nightclub incident that left two police officers in the hospital.

The Buffalo Bills running back wasn't charged, but the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office will continue to investigate the matter.

The DA's office is expected to present its information in a press conference Thursday, or at the latest Friday, according to Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News.

"We're awaiting a decision by the DA's office," Cogan said. "We trust that they are really taking time to consider all the surrounding circumstances. But I'm here to say and I'm telling you that McCoy did nothing wrong, nothing wrong. And he was sober. The questions will have to be asked about the conditions of other people."

It remains unclear if an arrest warrant will be produced.

"The last information we had from the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office came (Feb. 11) and it was that there would be nothing before this Wednesday (Feb. 17), which has come and gone," said McCoy's other attorney, Larry Krasner. "So we look forward to hearing more information about this increasingly lengthy investigation."