McCoy is one of four people being investigated for an alleged assault of two off-duty police officers at a nightclub in Philadelphia early Sunday morning, The Buffalo News reports.
Details are still emerging from the incident, but McCoy's agent Drew Rosenhaus did not immediately return a call from The Buffalo News seeking comment. The
Ronald Darby , who missed the Week 16 game and part of Week 17 due to a groin injury, is already feeling better now that the season has ended, Buffalo Buffalo Bills .com reports. "It was an abductor injury," said Darby. "Overuse, I was probably straining. I hit my rookie wall. I was trying to avoid that rookie wall. I'm just resting now. It's going good."
Darby finished his rookie season with 68 tackles, two interceptions, and a whopping 21 passes defensed, and generally made every all-rookie team list at season's end. With him and Stephon Gilmore back in the fold for 2016, the Bills should have one of the league's better starting cornerback duos.
Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley said Aaron Williams (neck) is healthy, Tyler Dunne of the Buffalo News reports.
A neck injury limited Williams to three appearances in 2015, with his most recent outing coming on Oct. 11. The Bills placed him on IR/designated to return, but he was later ruled out for the remainder of the season once a playoff appearance was out of the question. Williams also dealt with a neck injury the previous season, so while he's seemingly on track to jump back in as the starting free safety, there are still some serious questions about his long-term future in football.
Leodis McKelvin , who missed the first seven games of the season as he recovered from a broken ankle the previous season, ended up playing in nine games for the Buffalo Bills in 2015. He logged 32 tackles and two interceptions.
McKelvin didn't seem to miss a beat when he returned. Even though rookie Ronald Darby had taken over the No. 2 cornerback spot across from Stephon Gilmore by then - quite capably, mind you - McKelvin was an important midseason addition given that he was able to serve as a safety given all kinds of injuries to that group. McKelvin also started at cornerback once Gilmore was lost for the final four weeks with a shoulder injury. With Gilmore and Darby back for another season, McKelvin - assuming the Bills keep him and his high salary around - may have to serve as the versatile backup in 2016.
Manny Lawson finished the 2015 season with 47 tackles, one sack, one interception, and five passes defensed.
Lawson played 64.4 percent of the defensive snaps, third among linebackers behind Preston Brown and Nigel Bradham. Lawson saw just 31.3 percent snaps the previous season, so it's clear he's curried more favor with the new coaching staff. Coach Rex Ryan raved about Lawson's smarts on the field, so he would appear to be in line for a regular role again next season. That said, Brown - with two 100-plus tackle seasons in his first two NFL season - is the linebacker to own in this defense from a fantasy perspective.