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9 minutes ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

I thought it was his uncle.

From his wiki page:

McCoy was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His nickname is "Shady" and was given to him by his mother because of his mood swings where he would one second be happy and laughing and the next second be upset and crying.[12]

 

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12 minutes ago, SD_Eagle said:

From his wiki page:

McCoy was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His nickname is "Shady" and was given to him by his mother because of his mood swings where he would one second be happy and laughing and the next second be upset and crying.[12]

I must be thinking of someone else whose uncle gave him a nickname as a young child.

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9 hours ago, SD_Eagle said:

From his wiki page:

McCoy was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His nickname is "Shady" and was given to him by his mother because of his mood swings where he would one second be happy and laughing and the next second be upset and crying.[12]

 

Sounds bi polar?

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On 8/8/2018 at 5:18 PM, downundermike said:

LeSean accused of being a tiny two pump chump

 

I didnt realize you and shady had so much in common lol explains alot about your stalking issues. 

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On 8/11/2018 at 3:17 PM, SD_Eagle said:

His mom nicknamed him shady when he was a baby

It really doesn't matter. I think at this point his most ardent supporters would say he's lived up to his nickname.

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I'm surprised nobody posted this in here.

LeSean McCoy sued by Delicia Cordon over July home invasion, attack

Delicia Cordon, the ex-girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, filed a personal injury lawsuit Friday against McCoy and his former University of Pittsburgh teammate Tamarcus Porter in connection to a July 10 home invasion in which Cordon was beaten and robbed of jewelry.

No suspects have been named in the criminal investigation of the attack, which took place at an Atlanta-area home owned by McCoy where Cordon was living at the time. A spokesperson for the Fulton County (Georgia) district attorney's office did not immediately respond Monday to a request for comment.

The civil lawsuit, filed in a Fulton County court, alleges that McCoy should be held financially responsible for Cordon's injuries because he had previously changed the security codes to the home and refused to provide them to her. As such, Cordon's suit argues that McCoy "breached his duty to use ordinary care to protect Plaintiff from dangerous activities being conducted at the Residence."

The suit says the assailant in the home invasion "indicated [to Cordon] that he knew McCoy." Cordon told a 911 dispatcher after the attack that she suspected McCoy "set her up" because he had previously asked her to return the jewelry that was stolen from her during the home invasion.

Cordon's lawsuit seeks damages including $133,000 in stolen jewelry and $13,000 in furniture that was taken by McCoy's family and friends and not returned to the home after a June 1 visit by police. Records from Milton, Georgia, police showed that McCoy's mother was attempting to take furniture from the home on June 1 but was told by police she could remove only McCoy's belongings and that any common items could be removed only by a court order.

The lawsuit does not directly accuse McCoy or Porter of conducting or ordering the attack against Cordon but argues that McCoy had "actual and constructive knowledge of criminal activity existing on the property on July 10, 2018" because Porter had previously told police he could watch a live feed of security cameras in the house.

Porter is a longtime friend of McCoy who previously had filed eviction paperwork on his behalf to remove Cordon from the home. The eviction case was resolved on Tuesday after attorneys for both sides appeared before a judge and also met privately with a mediator.

According to the Associated Press, the agreement says a sheriff's deputy -- along with lawyers from both sides -- will accompany Cordon to the home on Monday to retrieve personal items, including photos, a gold chain with a cross belonging to her son, a Christmas tree and Christmas decorations.

Cordon's lawsuit also alleges that she and McCoy would argue in the summer of 2017 over "McCoy beating his dog and beating his son frequently, as well as other issues."

The lawsuit says McCoy would "exhibit rage and often brutally beat his dog in the presence of the Plaintiff and her friends" and would "aggressively, physically discipline and beat his young son over minor mistakes that all young children make." The suit does not mention any contact with police over Cordon's claims.

Last month, a woman identifying herself as a friend of Cordon posted photos of Cordon's injuries to Instagram and alleged that McCoy beat his son and dog and used performance-enhancing drugs. In a statement at the time, McCoy denied the allegations.

The NFL said at the beginning of training camp last month that the matter remained under review but that his status had not changed.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/24367652/lesean-mccoy-buffalo-bills-sued-delicia-cordon-july-home-invasion-attack

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LeSean McCoy case takes a strange turn

Bills running back LeSean McCoy has yet to face criminal charges or significant NFL scrutiny for the claim that he instigated the vicious attack on his ex-girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, in July. Based on a new document signed by the mother of his six-year-old son, McCoy could still be in real trouble.

Stephanie Maisonet has filed an affidavit in the lawsuit filed by Cordon against McCoy, and it contains some significant allegations.

First, Maisonet claims that, on the day before the attack, she heard McCoy say of Cordon, "I need to get this **** out of my house.”

Second, Maisonet claims that, on the day before the attack, Tamarcus Porter informed her that McCoy would be unable to pick up his son as scheduled. Maisonet claims it was the first time McCoy ever had to reschedule picking up the child.

Third, Maisonet claims that McCoy contacted her directly after the attack and "talked badly about Delicia Cordon.” McCoy alleged that, if Maisonet assists him in connection with the allegation that he was responsible for the home invasion that led to the attack, "he will concede in our custody case by allowing me to enroll my son in school in Miami.” Maisonet contends that McCoy previously had "been fighting so hard against that during our custody battle.”

Fourth, Maisonet alleges that McCoy’s mother contacted Maisonet "and tried to persuade me into being a character witness” for McCoy, and that “[r]eluctantly, I agreed to help him because I believed that I was acting in the best interest of our son.”

Fifth, and perhaps most importantly, Maisonet says that she gave Porter the password to her Instagram account, allowing him to post a comment on her behalf. In the comment, Porter allegedly wrote that the allegations from Cordon that McCoy abused Maisonet’s child "were false and that Delicia Cordon was trying to ruin him.” Maisonet now claims that she "knew the allegations were true” and that she "made a report” about McCoy abusing her son before the home invasion and attack on Cordon. "Our son would often come home with bruises in which I would consistently receive outlandish excuses as to where the bruises would come from.”

"I feel like I am sending our son to a monster every two weeks,” Maisonet said in the affidavit.

McCoy responded via social media, posting this statement on Twitter: "The allegations made against me today regarding my relationship with my son are provably false, outrageously inaccurate and offensive. I have a loving and close knit relationship with my son. That young boy is my whole life. With a custody case coming up in November, I can see why these false allegations are surfacing.”

The broader circumstances continue to be curious, at best. Either the invasion of the home owned by McCoy, the alleged robbery of jewelry purchased for Cordon by McCoy, and the vicious assault of Cordon was an inside job or one hell of a coincidence. It seems that there’s plenty of evidence to unpack, if the authorities and/or the NFL want to get to the bottom of the question of whether it’s the former.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/09/19/lesean-mccoy-case-takes-a-strange-turn/

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This whole incident is just weird. While I wasn't glad at the time when Chip got rid of him for that bum Kiko, I'm glad he's no longer an Eagle. Just a bunch of drama with this guy.

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There should be no doubt in anyone's minds, that McCoy is a POS human being. We saw glimpses of that while he was an Eagle, and now everyone can see it.

I've said it before, I'll say it again, I'm so glad that Howie wasn't successful in landing McCoy in trade last year and that we won the Super Bowl without him.

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6 minutes ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

There should be no doubt in anyone's minds, that McCoy is a POS human being. We saw glimpses of that while he was an Eagle, and now everyone can see it.

I've said it before, I'll say it again, I'm so glad that Howie wasn't successful in landing McCoy in trade last year and that we won the Super Bowl without him.

100% agree with this.

We finally win a Super Bowl, people are hating on the guys that did it, and still. want to bring back these D bags that used to play for us.

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55 minutes ago, downundermike said:

100% agree with this.

We finally win a Super Bowl, people are hating on the guys that did it, and still. want to bring back these D bags that used to play for us.

Djax and Shady should never have left or been let go .... They loved this city and fans . Rare home grown talent ? 

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1 hour ago, NE.Jon said:

Djax and Shady should never have left or been let go .... They loved this city and fans . Rare home grown talent ? 

If we had kept McCoy though, there's a domino effect that prevents us from getting Carson. Also, I heard (or read) an interview with Ertz (I'm 99% sure it was Ertz) where he said that back then, the atmosphere in the locker room was 'poisonous' and that some players only cared about their own stats. He kind of hinted that once McCoy was traded, the atmosphere began to grow into the 'family' atmosphere that we saw win the Super Bowl this past February.

(This interview was sometime before the 2017 season, so he didn't say anything about winning the Super Bowl. Those are my words.)

Sometimes, addition by subtraction is a real thing.

 

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If McCoy and or Jackson are still on this team we are still searching for that elusive Lombardi trophy.

Sure, you can say we will never know, but I can say for a fact we did it without them. 

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31 minutes ago, downundermike said:

If McCoy and or Jackson are still on this team we are still searching for that elusive Lombardi trophy.

Sure, you can say we will never know, but I can say for a fact we did it without them. 

It is irritating that we won a super bowl and people are still upset over former players that we didn't do anything with. 

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There is no way this guy is completely innocent in this matter.  There is entirely too much smoke for there to be no fire. 

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9 hours ago, bwestbrook36 said:

It is irritating that we won a super bowl and people are still upset over former players that we didn't do anything with. 

Yeah cause having amazing skill players is why they lost. 

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2 hours ago, E v 2.0 said:

Yeah cause having amazing skill players is why they lost. 

Amazing skill players don’t win a lot of Super Bowls, Jerry Rice wasn’t an amazing skill the guy he was a technician

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1 hour ago, downundermike said:

Amazing skill players don’t win a lot of Super Bowls, Jerry Rice wasn’t an amazing skill the guy he was a technician

Good skill players make you better. Silly to say otherwise. If you have pro bowlers at rb and wr and don’t win the SB then you have holes other places that are causing that. Calvin Johnson in his prime would make any team better than a team without him. Just because he didn’t win a SB doesn’t mean it was his fault. 

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59 minutes ago, E v 2.0 said:

Good skill players make you better. Silly to say otherwise. If you have pro bowlers at rb and wr and don’t win the SB then you have holes other places that are causing that. Calvin Johnson in his prime would make any team better than a team without him. Just because he didn’t win a SB doesn’t mean it was his fault. 

We get it, you love D Jax and Shady, nothing wrong with that.  I love Alshon and Corey Clement, selfless contributors to championships.

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4 minutes ago, downundermike said:

We get it, you love D Jax and Shady, nothing wrong with that.  I love Alshon and Corey Clement, selfless contributors to championships.

I don’t love either of them. But they are really good players and if you added them to the Eagles the Eagles would be better on the field. I just think it’s lame when people act like good players don’t help the team just because they don’t like  them as people. Lessen McCoy may be a POS but he’s a way better player than Clement. I mean, come on. 

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Just now, E v 2.0 said:

I don’t love either of them. But they are really good players and if you added them to the Eagles the Eagles would be better on the field. I just think it’s lame when people act like good players don’t help the team just because they don’t like  them as people. Lessen McCoy may be a POS but he’s a way better player than Clement. I mean, come on. 

Adding a selfish person like Shady to this locker room would make the team take a step backwards.

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1 hour ago, E v 2.0 said:

I don’t love either of them. But they are really good players and if you added them to the Eagles the Eagles would be better on the field. I just think it’s lame when people act like good players don’t help the team just because they don’t like  them as people. Lessen McCoy may be a POS but he’s a way better player than Clement. I mean, come on. 

I wasn't saying that those guys wouldn't improve the team talent wise I liked McCoy alot. I'm saying since we won the super bowl I dont get the point of being upset about past players still not being here.

If we hadn't won the super bowl and we still sucked yeah then I'd be upset that we didn't have that talent that should still be here. 

Also like down @downundermike said the locker room was a horrible with those guys here and probably still would be. So I don't think we win with them. Those 2 have been gone awhile now and all they ever talk about is sticking it to the eagles and money and drama. When they should be worried about making their teams better at this stage in their career. 

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