RB - FA
Week 8 Outlook
Per Adam Schefter, the Eagles are signing RB LeSean McCoy to a one-day contract so he can retire with the team.
After 12 long seasons, 11,102 rushing yards, 3,898 receiving yards, 89 touchdowns, six Pro Bowls, and a Super Bowl, McCoy has signed a one-day deal with the Eagles and has retired.
Buccaneers RB LeSean McCoy (illness) will not play in Saturday’s Wild Card matchup against the Washington Football Team.
McCoy (illness) was originally listed as questionable for Saturday’s playoff game against Washington, but ultimately ended up being ruled out. He was also inactive for the season finale against the Falcons and had only one touch in his last in-game appearance. Ke’Shawn Vaughn is expected to handle the Buccaneers RB3 duties behind Ronald Jones and Leonard Fournette while McCoy is sidelined.
Buccaneers RB LeSean McCoy caught his lone target for a five-yard gain in Saturday's Week 16 victory over the Lions.
Even with Tampa in control of the game, McCoy did not get very much work. Taking his lone touch for a five-yard gain. He is just a reserve at this point.
Buccaneers RB LeSean McCoy caught all three of his targets for 32 yards in Sunday's Week 15 win over the Falcons.
McCoy did not get a carry. However, he is slightly used in the passing game but just not enough to garner fantasy relevance.
Buccaneers RB LeSean McCoy ran the ball four times for 32 yards and caught his lone target for a three-yard gain in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Vikings.
With Leonard Fournette sidelined, McCoy handled the RB2 duties for Tampa. Ronald Jones gets the bulk of the work, leaving the remaining Tampa backs hoping for a touchdown to have any fantasy relevance.