Update: McCoy (ankle) said he weighs about 210 pounds, which is the lightest he has reported to training camp in years, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW reports.
Analysis: McCoy presumably drops some pounds during camp each year, as his current weight is right around his usual listed playing weight. This probably doesn't mean much for fantasy owners, but the Bills should still be happy to get a piece of good news regarding their backfield, after Karlos Williams (suspension) and rookie Jonathan Williams (pending DWI charges) both had poor offseasons. The team is expected to add Reggie Bush (knee), who isn't a real threat to McCoy at this stage of their respective careers. If he stays healthy, the former Eagle could be headed for his heaviest workload in years. There hasn't been a meaningful update on the ankle injury that bothered McCoy this summer, but it still won't be a surprise if he's a limited participant early in camp.
The Pennsylvania attorney general's office is reviewing a district attorney's decision not to charge Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy in a Philadelphia nightclub fight that left two off-duty police officers injured.
Solicitor General Bruce Castor said Monday that he met last week with detectives after getting a written request from the president of the police union in Philadelphia. Castor says that despite spending decades as a prosecutor, he wasn't aware of the rarely used review procedure. It requires approval from a judge to transfer the case from county prosecutors to the attorney general.