BY BOB HOLT
Things can change quickly in the NFL. The man who led the league in rushing yardage in 2013 looks to be gone from the Philadelphia Eagles next week.
Philadelphia Eagles fan favorite LeSean McCoy has rushed for more yards than any other NFL running back over the past five years, and is the team’s all-time leader in rushing.
But McCoy is headed to Buffalo next week. According to philly.com, the Pro Bowl running back will be going to the Bills in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso. The move opens up $8.55 million in salary cap space for the Eagles.
McCoy was set to earn $10.5 million for 2015. He has said he wouldn’t take a pay cut, and the team never came to him about negotiating a new contract.