Member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame All-2010s Team
2x NFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 8, 2011; Week 16, 2013)
NFC Offensive Player of the Month (December 2013)
Played with the Philadelphia Eagles (2009-14), Buffalo Bills (2015-18) and Kansas City Chiefs (2019).
Has played in 160 career regular season games, with 141 starts, rushing 2,447 times for 11,071 yards (4.5 avg.) and 73 touchdowns, while catching 503 passes for 3,797 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Has played in five postseason contests, with three starts, rushing 57 times for 222 yards and one touchdown, while catching 15 passes for 104 yards.
Since entering the NFL in 2009, ranks second in the league in rushing yards (11,071) and rushing touchdowns (73), while leading the league in scrimmage yards (14,868) and ranking second in touchdowns from scrimmage (89).
Ranks 22nd in NFL history in rushing yards, 27th in yards from scrimmage, tied for 28th in rushing touchdowns and tied for 38th in total touchdowns.
Among active players, has the third-most career rushing yards and rushing touchdowns, trailing only Frank Gore and Adrian Peterson.
Ranks fourth among active players in and total touchdowns.
Since 2009, has recorded 38 games with at least 100 rushing yards, the second-most in the NFL during that span, trailing only Adrian Peterson (40). During that same span, McCoy has tallied 75 games with at least 100 yards from scrimmage, the most in the NFL.
In 2013, led the NFL in rushing yards (1,607) and scrimmage yards (2,146).
Led the NFL in rushing touchdowns in 2011, with 17.
Has scored a career-high three rushing touchdowns in three separate regular season games (9/19/10 at Detroit; 12/18/11 vs. New York Jets; 10/16/16 vs. San Francisco).
Registered a career-high 217 rushing yards against Detroit (12/8/13).
Recorded a career-best 114 receiving yards against San Diego (9/15/13).
Caught a career-high 12 passes against Washington (10/3/10).
Caught first career touchdown pass at Washington (11/15/10).
Scored first career rushing touchdown against Kansas City (9/27/09).
Recorded first career start against New Orleans (9/20/09), rushing five times for 18 yards and catching four passes for 37 yards
Made NFL debut at Carolina (9/13/09), rushing nine times for 46 yards and catching one pass.
Member of the Super Bowl LIV winning Kansas City Chiefs.
Appeared in 13 regular season games, totaling 465 rushing yards on 101 carries (4.6 avg.) and four rushing touchdowns. Also caught 28 passes for 181 yards and one receiving touchdown.
In a Week 3 victory for the Chiefs, recorded both a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown for the seventh time in his career.
Started 22-of-25 career games at Pittsburgh, totaling 2,816 rushing yards on 584 carries and 35 touchdowns.
Caught 65 passes for 549 yards and one touchdown in his collegiate career.
His 36 total touchdowns topped the previous NCAA record for freshmen and sophomore of 32 by fellow Pitt Panther Larry Fitzgerald.
McCoy's 2,816 rushing yards ranks fourth in school history, joining Tony Dorsett and Curvin Richards as the only players to achieve multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
Second-team All-America honors in 2008 after rushing for 1,488 yards and 21 touchdowns, which was good for second-most in school history behind Tony Dorsett's 22 touchdown season in 1976.
Named the Big East Offensive Player of the Year by the media and was the team's MVP.
McCoy's 35 rushing touchdowns in his sophomore season was the highest output by a player in program history, passing Dorsett's 24 in 1973-74.
Tallied six 100-yard games in 2008 and scored a touchdown in all but two games.
Unanimous Freshman All-American in 2007 after breaking the Big East freshman record with 1,328 rushing yards.
Broke Dorsett's program freshman record with 14 rushing touchdowns.
Attended Bishop McDevitt High School (Pa.) where he finished as the state's ninth all-time leading rusher with 6,640 yards and 75 touchdowns.
Twice named the AP Pennsylvania Class AAAA All-State first-team and won player of the year honors as a junior.
Selected to the All-American Bowl, an All-Star game featuring the nation's top 80 high school players at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio, Texas.
Launched the foundation, 'Shades of Greatness' after his grandmother lost her battle with ALS. His foundation is dedicated to helping the fight against Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS) and provides direct support to individuals battling ALS to ensure a comfortable quality of life.
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