“In addition to Stephanie Maisonet, the mother of LeSean’s son, other women have contacted me about how LeSean has physically abused them, taken back gifts he has given them and exhibited other aggressive behavior toward them and towards his child,” Cordon said, via ESPN.com. “I am grateful for everyone who has contacted me about their experiences, and I hope that by seeing myself and Ms. Maisonet come forward, they too will gain the strength to come forward as well.”
Cordon’s attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham, said that “other women” have contacted Cordon about McCoy’s past behavior, but declined to answer whether McCoy physically abused Cordon.
According to Graham, the NFL has not contacted Cordon since the attack occurred and the NFL did not respond to a request for comment from ESPN.
- Bills RB LeSean McCoy (ribs) is questionable for Week 3 but traveled with the team to Minnesota. (Mike Rodak)
- Steelers CB Coty Sensabaugh confirmed that he received first-team reps in Saturday’s practice. (Jeremy Fowler)
- According to Jim Wyatt of the Titans’ official site, Titans first-round LB Rashaan Evans has not received a lot of playing time because he is still “getting up to speed” mentally and physically.
- Regarding QB Marcus Mariota (elbow), Wyatt expects the quarterback to be “back in the saddle” and prove he is capable of succeeding in OC Matt LaFleur‘s offense.
- As for the receiving core following TE Delanie Walker‘s season-ending injury, Wyatt believes WR Rishard Matthews will be “more involved” moving forward.
- The Titans have downgraded LB Kamalei Correa and S Kendrick Lewis to out for Week 3. (Jim Wyatt)