Yes, there is a looming dearth of news, so this gets posted with more than simply part of a round-up.
The NFL Lockout may continue, but LeSean McCoy carried forward with his second annual community day in Harrisburg.
McCoy’s second annual event was highlighted by the basketball tournament and other activities.
McCoy, who held a bowling tournament Friday night to benefit Alzheimer’s research, said he has been working out, mainly in Miami, under the direction of a trainer affiliated with his agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
“It’s so tough now, with the lockout,” he said. “I really can’t work out with my teammates. Good weather [in Miami], I’ve gotten some of that bad weight off.”
And in case you really thought the running back with two years in the NFL really had any influence with the Eagles in drafting Dion Lewis — no.
McCoy said he was very happy to see the Eagles draft his successor at Pitt, Dion Lewis, although he clarified he was just joking when he tweeted after the draft that he had advised Andy Reid to take Lewis.
The charity bowling took place in Palmyra, to raise money for ALS research.