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WATCH: Former NFL players LeSean McCoy, Emmanuel Acho witness fight after Bills-Rams game


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The 2022 NFL season just began and things are already heating up — on and off the sector. After the Los Angeles Rams suffered a 31-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills during their home opener on Thursday, two fans got in a fight in the course of traffic after leaving SoFi Stadium. The fans seemed too distracted to comprehend that two former NFL players were amongst those watching them. 

Former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker and current Fox Sports analyst Emmanuel Acho filmed the incident while he was waiting to cross to street with none apart from the two-time All-Pro running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy. Acho then shared the video on social media.

“Uh oh, now fights are breaking out in the course of the road between Rams and Bills fans,” he wrote on Twitter.

The video only lasted 22 seconds, but Acho looked as if it would have witnessed what happened before the fight broke out.

“They’re doing an excessive amount of,” Acho said several times as he watched all of it unfold.

The fight broke out as two men chased one another in the course of an intersection. Two other men wearing blue looked as if it would try to de-escalate the situation, but eventually a security guard needed to get entangled. 

At that time, Acho turned his phone camera to McCoy, who was in the course of a phone call but took a pause to ask Acho where they were going. Acho couldn’t answer straight away, as he was still distracted. Each were laughing in disbelief at what they simply witnessed. Nevertheless, McCoy made it clear that he was not impressed. 

“They can not fight,” the six-time Pro Bowler told Acho. 

Acho laughed and agreed with McCoy. At that moment, a special fan walked as much as them and got McCoy’s attention for a video he was filming. Fortunately, it appears like that was the top of it and no one got seriously hurt.

McCoy is a two-time Super Bowl champion who played within the NFL from 2009 to 2020. It’s probably not a coincidence he was at SoFi Stadium for the sport, as he played for the Bills from 2015 to 2018 after starting his profession with the Eagles. 

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