ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -Still a little upset over having his lawn vandalized, Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin is willing to forgive and forget.
Referring to Bills fans as being great, McKelvin said Wednesday he doesn't want anyone arrested for painting an obscenity and the game's score on the front lawn of his home shortly after a 25-24 season-opening loss at New England on Monday.
It's just one little incident. I hope it doesn't happen any more,'' McKelvin said following practice.I was mad, I was kind of like angry in a way, but I was laughing a little bit for what they put on there.''
McKelvin is being partly blamed for the loss after his fumble set up the Patriots winning drive. He discovered the vandalism shortly after returning home from the game.