LeSean McCoy has $200k bet on Golden State Warriors

LeSean Mc Coy made a monster six-figure bet on the 2017 NBA Finals

McCoy played with Maclin when the two spent the first six seasons of their careers with the Philadelphia Eagles.

"Preliminary talks" don't mean much, but if McCoy gets his way, he and Maclin will have a reunion in Buffalo.

Speaking at his charity softball event on Sunday, McCoy said he has been recruiting his former Eagles teammate. I've been doing my recruiting already. That's basically telling you, 'You're not good enough for us.' I understand that.

NFL.com listed the Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers and Bills as the best landing spots for Maclin.

McCoy has plenty of disposable income to throw around, and wager, after signing a five-year deal worth $40 million in 2015, that includes $18.25 million in guarantees and a signing bonus of $13.125 million.

Taylor, who is entering his third season as the Bills' starter, said he would love to have Maclin in a Bills uniform. "We texted about it, but want to get Maclin's number and try to reach out to him". McCoy has a salary of $8.7 million in 2017. Buffalo signed Brown in March. Watkins had foot surgery in January and has been sitting out during Bills OTAs.

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