ATLANTA — The lawyer for the ex-girlfriend of NFL star LeSean McCoy says the Buffalo Bills’ running back orchestrated an attack that left her bloody amid attempts to get her to leave his suburban Atlanta mansion.

Attorney Tanya Mitchell Graham says in a statement to news outlets that her client was physically assaulted Tuesday morning by a man who entered the home with no signs of forced entry. The man demanded specific items of jewelry that had been gifted to her from McCoy, who had requested them back on many occasions.

The Associated Press is not identifying the woman, pending further details of the attack.

McCoy and the woman have been in court over his attempts to evict her from the home.

An image of the ex-girlfriend’s bloodied and beaten face was shown in a social media post blaming McCoy for the assault. The football player denied the allegations Tuesday.

SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT: The New York Giants spent a 2019 third-round draft pick on Western Michigan cornerback Sam Beal, and Washington selected Virginia Tech cornerback Adonis Alexander in the sixth round.

New York will surrender its third-round pick in next April’s draft in Nashville, while Washington gives up a sixth-rounder.

Both players were ruled academically ineligible for the upcoming college football season and entered the supplemental draft.

Not selected were Mississippi State safety Brandon Bryant, Grand Valley State running back Martayveus Carter and Oregon State linebacker Bright Ugwoegbu.

Beal’s strength is in man coverage, featuring agility and good hands. Some scouts projected him as a higher prospect than a third-rounder in the next draft. The Giants need depth in their secondary.

Alexander has good size at 6-foot-3, 196 pounds and is physical. He does his best work against passes in front of him and isn’t shy about defending the run.

BENGALS: Police say cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta.

Atlanta Police spokesman Jarius Daugherty says Jones confronted ABM Industries employee Frank Ragin after Ragin made a “gesture” toward the football player Tuesday night at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Police say words were exchanged before Ragin struck Jones with a closed fist, causing a cut to Jones’ face.

Daugherty says that at some point during the fight, Ragin ended up hitting a woman who was with Jones, injuring her hand. He says Jones defended himself and pushed Ragin to the ground.

Jones and his friend declined medical treatment.

Ragin was arrested on two counts of battery and taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for injuries.

SEAHAWKS: Safety Earl Thomas remains a holdout in Seattle, and the speculation that he’ll eventually join the Dallas Cowboys continues to be a topic of discussion.

Since Thomas was heard telling Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett to “come get me” after a game in December, the topic has been a constant source of debate. The All-Pro would seem to be a perfect fit on the Cowboys’ defense. At least that’s how two NFL Network analysts see it.

Former Colts receiver Reggie Wayne thinks Thomas, 29, still has plenty of good NFL seasons in him.

“He’s not a young kid running out there, but he’s still one of the elite safeties remaining (available),” Wayne said. “His winning mentality, his wisdom, his leadership on a defense, it is awesome. When you talk about a quarterback on defense, that’s Earl Thomas. He’s like an Ed Reed, Troy Polamalu. If he was a free agent, he wouldn’t be looking for a job, there would be a bunch of teams trying to sign him.”

Former center Shaun O’Hara agreed that Thomas would give the Cowboys a defensive leader.