Who was Shady McCoy traded for?

LB Kiko Alonso
On March 5th, 2015, the Buffalo Bills made a blockbuster trade, acquiring LeSean McCoy from the Philadelphia Eagles for third-year LB Kiko Alonso. Ever since then, fans have seen a new-look Bills team. They broke the 18-year playoff drought just two years later.

What did the Bills trade for LeSean McCoy?

McCoy will be sent to Buffalo in exchange for third-year linebacker Kiko Alonso when the new league year begins March 10, according to a league source. The deal would push the Eagles’ cap space to nearly $50 million. ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the trade.

Why did McCoy leave the Eagles?

McCoy cited his young son and daughter and future endeavors in real estate and broadcast television as additional reasons for retiring. He played sparingly with the Chiefs and Bucs and didn’t even get in either Super Bowl game. But he mentioned his mentorship during those years as some of proudest accomplishments.

How good is LeSean McCoy?

McCoy’s 4.52 career yards-per-carry mark is seventh-highest in NFL history among running backs with 2,000 career carries. It’s higher than 29 of the 40 running backs already in the Hall of Fame, including Emmitt Smith, Walter Payton, LaDainian Tomlinson, Eric Dickerson, Marshall Faulk, Tony Dorsett and Earl Campbell.

Is McCoy going to the Eagles?

LeSean McCoy is retiring from the NFL after 12 seasons, signing a one-day contract to do so as a member of the Eagles, the team announced Thursday.

What did LeSean McCoy do?

McCoy was named to the National Football League 2010s All-Decade Team; no player scored more touchdowns, ran for more yards, or gained more yards from scrimmage than McCoy did from 2010 to 2019….LeSean McCoy.

Rushing yards: 11,102
Receiving yards: 3,898
Receiving touchdowns: 16

What did Lesean McCoy do?

Who did the Bills trade for Jerry Hughes?

linebacker Kelvin Sheppard
Defensive end Jerry Hughes has been a key piece of the Buffalo Bills for nearly a decade. They traded for Hughes in 2013 in a player for player swap where Buffalo sent linebacker Kelvin Sheppard to the Colts.

Where is LeSean McCoy now?

Veteran running back LeSean McCoy will sign a one-day contract with the Philadelphia Eagles before retiring from the NFL after a productive 12-season career. McCoy made the announcement in a first-person article posted to the Eagles’ official website.

What teams did McCoy play for?

LeSean McCoy

No. 29, 25
NFL Draft: 2009 / Round: 2 / Pick: 53
Career history
Philadelphia Eagles (2009–2014) Buffalo Bills (2015–2018) Kansas City Chiefs (2019) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2020)
Career highlights and awards

What did Lesean Mccoy do?

What is LeSean McCoy salary?

After six years in Philadelphia, McCoy was traded to the Bills, who later signed him to a five-year, $40 million contract that included $20 million guaranteed.