Bills running back LeSean McCoy has lawyered up.
He reportedly has hired a prominent attorney as police investigate a home invasion in which his ex-girlfriend was assaulted. Defense attorney Don Samuel will represent McCoy, who has not been mentioned by police as a suspect.
Samuel says he is "getting up to speed" on the case and added that he will be speaking with police.
McCoy's former girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, was bruised and bloodied in what Milton Police called a "targeted" home invasion early Tuesday morning.
Samuel defended former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis during his 2000 murder trial in Atlanta.