McCoy maintains innocence over incident at Georgia home
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As the NFL continues to investigate Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy and an incident that occurred at his Georgia property more than six months ago, McCoy insisted again Wednesday that he's innocent.

His ex-girlfriend Delicia Cordon says he directed a home invasion during which she was robbed and injured.

"Like I have stated before, I have nothing to do with that," McCoy said on ESPN's "First Take," according to Mike Rodak. "When I heard the news, it hurt me that I was accused of something like that. I think anybody that really knows me, they know I'm not that type of person."

The police have yet to name any suspects, but an automated response from the department spokesperson on Wednesday said the investigation remains active and that McCoy had yet to speak with detectives, according to Rodak.

Cordon offered a $40,000 reward in October for information that would lead to the arrest of the intruder. She filed a lawsuit in state court in August that sought more than $50 million in damages against McCoy and his friend, Tamarcus Porter, who she alleged had a role in the event. In that lawsuit, Cordon also claimed McCoy had physically abused her, his son, and his dog.

The claim of child abuse was backed by an affidavit filed by Stephanie Maisonet, the mother of McCoy's son. Cordon said in September that other women had contacted her to share similar accounts of physical abuse.

"I'm a great father," McCoy said Wednesday. "If you really know me as a parent, as a player, as a person, you know I have nothing to do with anything like that. My team, my organization, for them guys to stand behind me and attest to tell you what type of person I really am. I've been playing this game since I've been 8, 6 years old - a young boy. I love football. The two things that I loved are football and my son - and my reputation. I would never jeopardize them things.

"I've never been involved with anything like that, ever. I've never hit a woman. I've never put my hands on a woman. I never beat my son. All that stuff is nonsense. At the end, we'll figure it out and you'll see the truth."

The accusations that McCoy directed the home invasion originated when Mia Boykin, a friend of his ex-girlfriend, posted photos of Cordon's injuries on Instagram, claiming he was the one responsible.

The 30-year-old veteran said he's not concerned this investigation will have any impact on his playing future.

"I'm not (worried)," McCoy said. "I'm not at all. I know what type of person I am. I (just have to) wait and everything will reveal itself at the end.

"People can believe what they want; I mean this, at the bottom of my heart, I had nothing to do with it."

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