LeSean McCoy is very happy to be a Buffalo Bill now almost a month removed from the trade that surprised many in NFL circles. But there’s still the logistics of getting adjusted to a new city, new teammates and new coaches while leaving your previous destination behind.
In an appearance on NFL Network, McCoy shared his thoughts on how that transition is coming along for him.
“It’s continuing. I just got here. It makes it a lot easier just the teammates, the coaches embracing me with open arms and making me feel welcome. That makes a difference. And that’s somewhere I wanted to be, somewhere that wants me. That makes a big difference,” said McCoy. “It’ll definitely get better as time goes on. The hard part is I have to go back and forth to Philadelphia to get my belongings, try to sell my house. I still go back and see all of the fans and all of your old friends there. But as time goes on, everything will get better.”
McCoy is a Pennsylvania native who has never played for a team outside his home state.
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