LeSean McCoy won't be charged over Philadelphia club brawl

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Pennsylvania attorney general's office has dismissed its investigation of a fight involving Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy in a Philadelphia nightclub that left two off-duty police officers injured.

Solicitor General Bruce Castor said in April that he decided to review the case after getting a request from the president of the police union in Philadelphia. District Attorney Seth Williams had earlier said he wouldn't charge McCoy. He said he couldn't prove who initiated the fight.

In a letter to union president John McNesby dated July 7, Castor says he thoroughly reviewed the case and his office won't be taking it over.

Police say a fight broke out in February over who had purchased a $350 bottle of Champagne. One officer suffered a broken nose and broken ribs.

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