Buffalo Bills Run Back LeSean McCoy turned to the media on Thursday, marking the first time he spoke to reporters since an alleged home invasion robbery at his residence in Georgia took his ex-girlfriend to the hospital.
McCoy, however, preferred to focus on the football field and not on the ongoing police investigation.
"It's an open investigation and I'll leave it at that," McCoy told reporters about the official Twitter page of the bill . "At the moment I concentrate on my teammates and achieve a championship together."
According to Chris Brown from the Bills website, McCoy told reporters that he had a " long speech " with general manager Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott, and both men remain supportive.
"They wanted to see what I did and felt," McCoy told reporters. "And then we talked about football."
For the Bills section, Brown pointed out that McDermott, who spoke to the media before McCoy, felt comfortable after discussing it with McCoy and others about the situation .
"We talked to the people we need and fulfilled our due diligence," McDermott told reporters. "We feel that we can go forward."
Meanwhile, the police investigation continues and McCoy was not identified as a suspect in the incident. McCoy's status in the league has not changed according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network and Mike Garafolo.
McCoy passionately denies the allegations on July 10 and in the social media in the hours after the incident surfaced, accepted the charges as "completely unfounded" and "completely wrong."
McCoy enters the fourth season with the Bills after the six seasons at the Philadelphia Eagles.