The lawyer for the ex-girlfriend of Bills running back LeSean McCoy says she has "some good days and some bad days" as she recovers from an alleged assault and robbery July 10 at a house McCoy owns in Georgia.
Tanya Mitchell Graham told The Buffalo News on Friday that Delicia Cordon's condition is improving, following the attack in which she said she was pistol-whipped in the face. "Her face is about 95 percent healed," Graham said.
Graham has said her client described the robber as a short black man wearing a mask and dressed in black. He demanded cash and specific items of jewelry that McCoy gave Cordon as birthday presents, the lawyer said. Then the intruder hit her in the face with a handgun several times, she said. Graham said two Cartier bracelets were taken.
Police in Milton, Ga., have not filed charges or identified a suspect. The department said it had no updates to provide on the status of the investigation.
Asked for her view on the status of the investigation, Graham said, "I have no new news on the investigation that I can share without compromising the criminal investigation."
Speaking to reporters for the first time since the incident, McCoy said Thursday at Bills training camp that he was very confident that he would be with the team for Week 1. He said he never had any doubt about it.
Asked her reaction to McCoy's confidence, Graham said, "I have no comments to Mr. McCoy's remarks."