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LeSean McCoy canceled his party: 'There was no weird orgy thing going on'

Pittsford — No, LeSean McCoy never held his "females only" party before the start of Buffalo Bills training camp.

And before finishing his spiel on the ordeal Friday after practice, the running back had one more thing to say.

“For the record, there was no weird orgy thing going on.”

And we're off and running at Bills training camp.

One of the most bizarre storylines of the off-season reached its conclusion here at St. John Fisher. As you'll recall, McCoy originally posted a flyer to his females-only party on his Instagram account and he later took it down. McCoy later amended his party on Instagram, saying Donald Trump would be the DJ and he'd invite Barack Obama, Rex Ryan, Chip Kelly, Roger Goodell, Carli Lloyd and Oprah Winfrey.

Of course, the party heard around the world was a topic of discussion at McCoy's first camp press conference with McCoy using humor.

“It was a blast, it really was,' McCoy joked. "DJ Donald Trump took over the one’s and two’s. Oprah was there. It was alright. ... I cancelled it. It got too wild. I felt like everybody took it out of context.”

When asked if he talked to Rex Ryan about it, McCoy had another crack.

“No. I’m lying. He did," McCoy said. "He was pissed off I didn’t invited him. He gave me a whole speech for about two hours—‘You’ve got to be about the team. If one guy has women, we all need women.’ No, I’m joking, he didn’t say that. We didn’t really talk about it. On a serious note, it’s a thing I do every year with teammates. I didn’t do it this year. It got too wild. I should never have posted it. I take blame for that.”

McCoy said someone in his camp did the actual posting of the event on his Instagram account, adding "We all make mistakes."

"I didn’t think it was that serious," he said, "but I can see where people would take it the wrong way.

"I don’t really judge people off that. I judge them off their work, their production, the way I deal with them. And if somebody’s excellent and doing well, women or man, I don’t think it matters. At all. That’s what I go off of with anybody. It’s all about production.

“I feel like everybody took it out of context. ... That’s something small to me. There’s so many more things in the NFL to talk about, than to talk about the party.”

Either way, you probably won't hear the word "orgy" at many training camps this summer. This is a team certainly full of different personalities.

As for the proper context on the confidentiality agreement McCoy wanted people to sign at the party that apparently never happened, McCoy just said, "I don't want to. ... You asked enough."

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