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Report: NFL won't suspend Bills' McCoy

The other shoe apparently has dropped in the uncertainty over whether running back LeSean McCoy would be available to the Buffalo Bills for the entire 2016 NFL season.

The league does not plan to suspend McCoy for the running back's involvement in a Philadelphia nightclub brawl on Feb. 7, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media.

The Philadelphia District Attorney's office announced last week that, due to a lack of evidence, no charges would be filed against McCoy or anyone else involved in the fight.

Although Rapoport tweeted that the NFL is still investigating the incident and that the Bills were bracing for some sort of suspension for McCoy, the player will avoid league punishment because of a "lack of evidence in his altercation."

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