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Buffalo Bills: LeSean McCoy Teaches Mack Brown Valuable Lesson

April 21st, 2017 at 2:55 AM
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Buffalo Bills’ star running back LeSean McCoy worked on his game with Washington Redskins’ running back Mack Brown this offseason.

LeSean McCoy has quite the reputation throughout the NFL, to the point where younger players â?? more specifically running backs â?? turn to him for advice. That was the case with Mack Brown this offseason, who worked out with the Buffalo Bills‘ Pro Bowl running back.

McCoy taught Brown a few things that have stuck with the young Redskins’ running back, which included a Kobe Bryant reference. McCoy was seen on SportsCenter after the season ended and proclaimed that there was ‘no back that can touch me,’ so Mack Brown would be smart to take any advice from Shady McCoy.

According to the Washington Redskins’ official website, Mack Brown made several improvements this offseason. In addition to working out with LeSean McCoy, Brown also worked out with Tevin Coleman.

Here’s what Brown told

“Those running backs made me quicker,” Brown told “I had a track coach back home to work on my long distance speed. I got my diet back and lost about four percent body fat and gained about eight pounds of muscle. Every year is hard to make the team, but you have to make sure you give the coach another view. I have to be faster this year. I have to be quicker. I …

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