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NFL Notes: LeSean McCoy, Browns, Eagles, Packers, & Titans

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John Gonzalez of CSN Philly spoke to law enforcement officials Thursday who said that District Attorney’s office is “pushing back” against issuing an arrest warrant for LeSean McCoy for his involvement in a bar fight that led to two off-duty officers being hospitalized.

According to Gonzalez, tension between the District Attorney’s office and the Philadelphia Police Department has increased in the past few days, due to the delay in charging McCoy and the others involved in the incident.

Gonzalez’s sources have said that D.A.’s office is hesitant to issue warrants because it has questions about the conduct of the officers. The source pointed to the officers not calling 911 and whether they had been drinking excessively.


  • Browns DC Ray Horton said Thursday Barkevious Mingo‘s role will be “different than in the past.” However, when asked if Mingo would remain at edge-rusher, Horton said he wasn’t sure yet. (Mary Kay Cabot)


  • The Eagles and college scouting coordinator Matt Lindsey have parted ways. (Eliot Shorr-Parks)


Packers HC Mike McCarthy said Thursday that he’s confident RB Eddie Lacy will improve in 2016 after what was a disappointing season in which he was clearly out of shape.

Eddie Lacy‘s conditioning, I have great confidence is something that will improve and is improvement as we speak,” McCarthy said, per Rob Demovsky.

  • McCarthy said that the changes to their offensive staff will improve their overall process: “We’ve adjusted job responsibilities back to more of what we’ve done in the past. Think it’ll be a better process.


  • Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk tried to put an end to the reports of the team being available for sale Thursday, saying: “The team is not for sale.” (Jim Wyatt)

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