College: Pittsburgh | 12 years
Height: 5'11" | Weight: 210 lbs
Birth Date: 7/12/1988
2020 Bye Week: 13
Total Pts: 106.6
Avg Pts: 6.66
Rank: 18 RB
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB LeSean McCoy probably will have a role in the passing game this season, according to head coach Bruce Arians.
Fantasy Spin: It appears like McCoy may be in line for the third down back job, but fantasy players should keep an eye on the situation. McCoy probably would see a handful of touches each games if he makes the roster but may only be a depth option in fantasy leagues.
Updating previous stories, free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) officially signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tuesday, Aug. 4.
Updating a previous story, Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB LeSean McCoy's one-year deal is worth just over $1 million, a source told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network Thursday, July 30.
Free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) reached agreement on a one-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Thursday, July 30.
Fantasy Spin: McCoy will have a chance to compete with Ronald Jones II and rookie Ke'Shawn Vaughn. He's unlikely to earn a big enough role in order to be a reliable fantasy asset this season.
Free agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) said Friday, July 24, that he's had recent discussions with a 'few' unnamed teams as he seeks to continue his career. 'But I think the biggest thing is to find the right fit,' McCoy said on NFL Network. 'Find the right fit for me. I think at the point in my career, not just playing football. I want to play for the right team. I want to be able to contribute. I want to be able to win another championship. You can't go from playing with the Chiefs with all that talent and winning a championship to now just trying to play. I'm the type of guy, I want to come in a room, challenge the running backs get them better. Be a veteran leader. All the type of things I want to bring to a team. So, just got to find the right fit for me.'
Fantasy Spin: A household fantasy name only a few seasons ago, McCoy, 32, has fallen into the older RB free agent netherworld and doesn't belong on fantasy radar screens unless he hooks on somewhere.
Philadelphia Eagles OT Lane Johnson and WR DeSean Jackson said in an Instagram show Friday, May 29, they're hoping to see free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) signed by management. 'I want to see it,' Johnson said about a McCoy reunion.
Free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) hasn't yet received an offer from the Philadelphia Eagles, despite interest from the team in bringing him back.
Free-agent RB Devonta Freeman (Falcons), RB Carlos Hyde (Texans) and RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) are the three running backs the Philadelphia Eagles are currently considering signing, according to sources.
Fantasy Spin: Miles Sanders likely will receive most of the work at running back, but the team wants to have a veteran backup that can receive some carries each game. Fantasy players should keep an eye on the situation because the running back that signs with the Eagles will have some fantasy value.
Free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) received interest from the Las Vegas Raiders before the Raiders decided to sign RB Devontae Booker.
Free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) is not in a hurry to sign with a new NFL team, but he is listening to offers. He plans to play for a 12th season in the league and would like to close out his NFL career the right way and to put a stamp on his career. While he is keeping his options open, McCoy said he could see himself returning to the Philadelphia Eagles, where he started his career. 'That's home, so you never know,' McCoy said. He believes he could provide veteran leadership to the team's existing backs and help RB Miles Sanders in his development.
Free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) said his body feels good and that he hopes to play two more seasons in the NFL. He said he is looking at a few teams and believes he could sign with a team around the draft.
Free-agent running back LeSean McCoy said that, "I want to go to a team that's a winning franchise." McCoy didn't factor into KC's offense in their postseason run on the way to a Super Bowl championship, but the veteran back did run the ball 101 times for 465 yards (4.6 yards per carry) and four touchdowns in 13 games (nine starts) during the regular season, adding 28 receptions for 181 yards and another score. Shady is a six-time Pro Bowler and two-time first-team All-Pro. He made the Pro Bowl five straight years from 2013 to 2017 with the Eagles and Bills, but he has little tread left on the tires and surely won't be a featured back wherever he lands on the open market. McCoy will likely be running back depth in his next destination and is unlikely to be very attractive in fantasy football, depending on the landing spot.
Free-agent RB LeSean McCoy (Chiefs) said he hopes to sign with a winning team this offseason.
Kansas City Chiefs impending free-agent RB LeSean McCoy is a sleeper pick free-agent target of the Detroit Lions, according to Chris Burke of The Athletic Thursday, March 5.
Fantasy Spin: McCoy was effective, at times, with the Kansas City Chiefs last season, but he became a non-factor in the latter portion of the regular season and through the playoffs. He's unlikely to be more than a role player if he catches on in Detroit, and Kerryon Johnson would remain the preferred draft target.
Kansas City Chiefs running back LeSean McCoy isn't thinking about retiring, but he's not expected to be back with the Chiefs in 2020. McCoy, who will turn 32 this summer, played just one snap in the postseason on the way to winning a Super Bowl title with KC. Despite fading down the stretch, Shady averaged 4.6 yards per carry in 2019 on 101 rushing attempts and four touchdowns, and he also added 28 catches for 181 yards and a TD in 13 games. Fumbling issues also hurt McCoy's chances of seeing more playing time. On the open market, the Chargers and Eagles, McCoy's former team, could be fits. Wherever he goes for 2020, he'll be more of a veteran mentor and depth piece in a team's backfield, leaving him very little fantasy upside.
Kansas City Chiefs impending free-agent RB LeSean McCoy is not expected to return to the Chiefs in 2020. The Philadelphia Eagles and Los Angeles Chargers are two potential landing spots.
Fantasy Spin: Shady showed shades of his old self (say that 10 times fast) in KC. He ran for 4.6 yards per carry in 101 attempts with the Chiefs. He'll likely land somewhere in a timeshare and be a solid RB4 possibility in PPR leagues.