LeSean McCoy who is an american football running back for Buffalo Bills of National Football League was born on 12th July of 1988. He is the native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. As a child, he was named as LeSean Kamel McCoy. He attended the Bishop McDevitt High School located in Harrisburg. As a sophomore, LeSean once rushed for the 406 yards in a game. As the junior, he ran 2828 yards and scored 35 touchdowns. He also earned the Associated Press Class AAAA Player of the Year, 1st Team Associated Press All-State and Offensive MVP of Mid-Penn Commonwealth Conference.


During his college career, he entered the Pittsburgh as transfer Milforn Academy. That season, he started as backup to Larod Stephens Howling. He was a point man as a freshman for Wildcat Offence that the Pittsburgh Panthers unveiled in September of 2007 game against Michigan State Spartans. He entered the sophomore year as one of top running backs in the college football. His final college football game of his career was 2008 Sun Bowl that was played on New Years Eve in the El Paso, Texas.
He was then drafted by Philadelphia Eagles in second round of 2009 NFL Draft. On 29th June of 2009, he sig

ned a four year deal for $3.47 million also including $1.72 million guaranteed with team. He broke the all-time Eagles Rookie Rushing Record on 20th December of the same year against San Francisco 49ers with the 606 yards on the year. A year ago, Eagles released the wide receiver DeSean Jackson and watched him signing with the NFC East rival Washington Redskins after a week. On 25th January of 2015, he was excused from participating in Pro Bowl due to an injury. Recently, he had been traded to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for the linebacker Kiko Alonso.
 

Apart from that, LeSean is now at the age of 26 and he stands taller at the height of five feet and eleven inches. His average salary is $9000000. He is also the active user of various social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. More details about him can also be obtained from wikipedia and other internet sites.
 

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