On Sunday the Buffalo Bills take on the San Francisco 49ers. Colin Kaepernick starts for the 49ers. LeSean McCoy teaches Kaepernick a lesson. McCoy is giving 15 to 20 police officers tickets for the game. As you have probably heard, Kaepernick is protesting police by kneeling during the national anthem.
McCoy had this to say, per CSN Bay Area:
"Just an appreciation type of thing. Cause they're taking so much heat right now. There's things that are happening that's definitely wrong but I just feel like there's bad people, there's bad cops and there's good cops."
"Nobody's perfect and a lot of cops are getting a bad rap for something that bad cops are doing and they're still good cops."
McCoy was involved in an incident with off-duty police officers in February at a nightclub in Philadelphia. No charges were filed.
It's good to see LeSean McCoy was able to put the incident behind him and show a token of his appreciation to the police officers in Buffalo. The timing couldn't have been better with Colin Kaepernick coming to town. It's very likely there will be many neutral fans now pulling for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. While McCoy says this has nothing to do with Kaepernick, the timing says otherwise.
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