Tight hamstring causes McCoy to exit practice
Bills running back LeSean McCoy did not finish practice Wednesday after experiencing tightness in a hamstrings. Coach Rex Ryan didn’t know the severity of the injury to the team’s top offensive threat.
Bills running back LeSean McCoy did not finish practice Wednesday after hurting one of his hamstrings.
Coach Rex Ryan said that McCoy was being evaluated by trainers.
He didn’t have any details about how McCoy was hurt and didn’t know the severity of the injury.
The Bills (4-2) play at Miami on Sunday.
McCoy had 140 yards rushing and three touchdowns in a 4516 win against San Francisco on Sunday.
In his past four games, McCoy has 470 yards rushing and six touchdowns, including one receiving score.
Mc Coy was slowed by an injury to his left hamstring at the start of last season.