Buffalo Bills running back LeSean MCoy is not expected to be charged after a home invasion robbery at his Atlanta home. According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, McCoy won't be charged because police don't have enough evidence. McCoy's ex-girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, has filed a lawsuit against McCoy, claiming he orchestrated the robbery. Cordon was assaulted and her jewelry was stolen. McCoy was trying to evict cordon from the home. A woman identifying herself as a friend of Cordon's posted photos of Cordon's injuries to Instagram and alleged that McCoy beat his son and dog and used performance-enhancing drugs. In a statement at the time, McCoy denied the allegations.
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