McDermott: 'Nothing has changed' as far as McCoy's status

The Bills head coach also comments on the offensive line and defensive play-calling on Wednesday

Sal Capaccio
September 19, 2018 - 1:00 pm

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Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott was asked about a variety of topics at his weekly Wednesday press conference.

Here is some of what was touched on:


On if there will be any changes to the starting offensive line:

“We’re going to continue to look at that. We’ve got some guys in there that are battling and competing with that first group and the second group, so we’re going to continue to look at that.”


On who will be calling the defensive plays this week:

“Leslie [Frazier> and I are going to work on that together, just like we do everything. Like we’ve done to this point. It’ll be a team effort. That’s why we’ve got a staff and I believe a good staff.”


On whether or not LeSean McCoy’s personal life is becoming a distraction to the team:

“I don’t believe so. No. 1, LeSean reached out to me yesterday and informed me if the situation, which I appreciate. He’s done everything I’ve asked him to do, and other than that nothing has really changed in terms of where we were at training camp. I’ve been pleased with the way he’s handled himself since the start of training camp and all the way through and I look forward to having him on the field this week.”

“With what we know…..and to our knowledge LeSean has been very forthcoming, as I mentioned he reached out immediately yesterday and communicated with me, nothing’s changed as far as our position on that situation.”

“Nothing has changed as far as we’re concerned. We’ve gotten the information we need at this point. Nobody has a crystal ball, so we’re going to just take it one day at a time at this point.”

 

INJURY UPDATES

Did not practice: DE Shaq Lawson (hamstring), LB Lorenzo Alexander (rest), DT Kyle Williams (rest)

Limited: RB LeSean cCoy (ribs), WR Ray-Ray McCloud (knee), RB Taiwan Jones (head), WR Kelvin Benjamin (hip), CB Taron Johnson (shoulder)


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