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LeSean McCoy does not feel the need to shake Chip Kelly’s hand on Sunday. Kelly told Buffalo media that he wanted to shake McCoy’s hand on Sunday when the Eagles play the Buffalo Bills.
Former NFL coach and current ESPN analyst Herm Edwards is tired of hearing about the drama between Chip Kelly and LeSean McCoy. During Wednesday’s edition of “Inside the NFL,” Edwards went absolutely ballistic when asked about the latest remarks McCoy made about Kelly. Here’s a portion of his rant: Herm Edwards is REALLY upset about LeSean McCoy's attitude toward Chip Kelly (1 of 3) pic.t
On the one hand, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy insists he has nothing against his former boss, Eagles coach Chip Kelly. On the other, he bristles at the notion the two will shake hands before their teams clash Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field, as Kelly suggested this morning in a conference...
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Don't expect LeSean McCoy to be shaking Eagles coach Chip Kelly's hand when the Buffalo Bills running back travels to Philadelphia to face his former team for the first time Sunday. "Chip can't shake (anything)," McCoy said Wednesday, using a profanity. McCoy insisted he doesn't ...
LeSean McCoy still does not want to speak to Chip Kelly. With the Philadelphia Eagles set to take on the Buffalo Bills, there has been no shortage of questions for McCoy about Kelly and vice-versa. On Wednesday, McCoy made it clear that he has had enough. “Chip can’t say s— to me,” McCoy said, per Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News. “There’s nothing for us to talk about. I knew who I was
Bills running back doesn't plan to make nice with Eagles coach who traded him.
Bills have a shot to make major impact on NFC East race
One of the hot-button topics during the NFL offseason was Chip Kelly’s handful of roster changes, one of which sent starting running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills. McCoy’s trade sparked a strange controversy that the Philadelphia Eagles coach didn’t want black players on the roster, to which players said he’s more of a dictator than a racist. A few months have passed, though, and
Kelly praises McCoy but says trade mishandled
The Philadelphia Eagles and Buffalo Bills face off Sunday, and both teams are still squarely in the postseason race heading into 2015’s stretch run. However, playoff implications could take a backseat in the storyline department because Bills running back LeSean McCoy will have the opportunity to face his old team and coach Chip Kelly for the first time since he was traded. Philadelphia trad
THIS IS not going to be a fun week to be Kiko Alonso. The guy the Eagles got when they traded LeSean McCoy has not returned to the form that made him the NFL's defensive rookie of the year for Buffalo in 2013. In fact, to Eagles fans, that form might seem about as far away and as relevant as Nick Foles' 27 touchdown passes vs. two interceptions, the same year.
LeSean McCoy isn’t angry anymore. It has been nine months since Chip Kelly traded the Eagles’ all-time leading rusher. It has been less than that ...
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LeSean McCoy isn’t angry anymore. It’s been nine months since Chip Kelly traded the Eagles’ all-time leading rusher. It’s been a month or two less than that since McCoy was critical of his former coach and questioned his motivations for parting with the Pro Bowl running back and other notable former Eagles.
With his Buffalo Bills set to face his former team the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday, LeSean McCoy again found himself discussing an insinuation he made during the offseason that Chip Kelly is a racist. Not only did he not shy away from what he arguably implied, he said he never really said it in the first place. McCoy made waves when he said after he was traded by the Eagles to the Bills that C
LeSean McCoy wants revenge on the Philadelphia Eagles this week. Tuesday he let his Buffalo Bills teammates know he needs their help in getting a win versus his former team.
McCoy to Bills: Need your help to beat Eagles
Ranking LeSean McCoy&aposs most notable moments with the Bills
LeSean McCoy left the Eagles as the franchise's all-time leading rusher.
An upset over the Patriots has the Eagles thinking about winning the NFC East
With bowl season just around the corner, the NFL has added its own December bowl game to the mix. The Shady Bowl. Bills running back LeSean McCoy faces his old team in Week 14 when the Bills visit Chip Kelly and the Eagles in Philadelphia. “You all know who’s next,” was all McCoy would say to Syracuse.com when asked about the upcoming reunion. Leave it to Rex Ryan, though, to feed the hype.
LeSean McCoy didn't not mince words about his feelings for Chip Kelly following his trade to the Bills this offseason. The Eagles are now next on Buffalo's schedule -- and McCoy is well aware.
Win over Texans keeps Bills&apos playoff hopes afloat, for now
Buffalo Bills promote RB Mike Gillislee from practice squad to active roster
Offensive Game Plan There isn't one thing they have to do to win this game, but the Houston Texans should take a few shots down the field against the Buffalo Bills. Strong safety Bacarri Rambo has the second-worst pass coverage rating from Pro Football Focus on the team this season and ranks 77th out of 83 eligible safeties in the league for that same stat. The Bills' other starting safety, Corey
ABOUT A MONTH ago, there was optimism all about the Eagles. Though they had more acne than a 15-year-old kid, things still looked rosy after Jordan Matthews' 41-yard touchdown beat the Cowboys in overtime.
To me, the easiest stretches of gambling in the NFL are between Weeks 10 and 15. By this time of the season, we know who teams are. Point differential seems to go up, as teams collectively quit on the season. You pick the better team, or you identify who still has the heart to carry on as an underdog. Last weekend was huge for our predictions. We went 9-4 overall, including a 4-1 record in our "Lo
Covers Expert Scott Rickenbach breaks down the best bang for your NFL daily fantasy buck in Week 13, comparing two similarly price DFS options and why you should go with one rather than the other.
LeSean McCoy seemingly took a page out of Aaron Hernandez’s book Sunday. The Buffalo Bills running back busted out a touchdown dance against the Kansas City Chiefs that looked very similar to one used by Hernandez during the former NFL tight end’s time with the New England Patriots — you know, before Hernandez was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. LeSean McCoy brought b