The Facts: McCoy -- who spent last season with the Kansas City Chiefs -- believes he'll sign with the right team at the right time. "I have a couple teams that I'm looking at," McCoy said in a recent interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio. "I really just want to play two more years. If it doesn't go well, just let your body talk to you. My body feels fine."
Diehards Line: Following a somewhat surprising cut from the Bills roster last offseason, McCoy was picked up by the Chiefs and his old head coach Andy Reid. He found himself seemingly on an offense that he fit and most certainly with a winning franchise, as the Chiefs claimed the Super Bowl. McCoy was hardly a factor, though. During the Chiefs' playoff run, McCoy tallied only one snap in those three games -- which came after a regular season of a modest 129 touches for 646 scrimmage yards in 13 games. Without a franchise to call home at this time, the 31-year-old McCoy has 11,071 yards' worth of tread on his tires. He was a 1,000-yard rusher in Buffalo just three seasons ago, but in each of the last two years he's run for career lows. His career is winding down; that's a certainty. However, he believes he has a couple campaigns left in his legs.