VIDEO: LeSean McCoy questioned about bar fight

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Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy spoke briefly Wednesday for the first time since reports surfaced about his alleged involvement in a bar fight over the weekend.

The audio is muffled, but based on CSN Philly's slowed-down version of the video, McCoy appears to say, "I'll make my statement sooner or later."

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McCoy was reportedly involved in an altercation with off-duty police officers at Recess Lounge in Philadelphia on Sunday that left two men hospitalized with injuries ranging from a possible skull fracture to broken ribs.

An arrest warrant with self-surrender is expected to be issued for McCoy as early as Thursday.

A lawyer representing McCoy told John Barr of ESPN's "Outside the Lines" on Tuesday that his client will turn himself in if charged.

Jack McMahon, who was initially representing McCoy, told ESPN that he has withdrawn as the running back's attorney and has informed the district attorney's office that he will be replaced by Larry Krasner.