LeSean McCoy Refuses To Address Comments About Chip Kelly

Bills running back LeSean McCoy met with the media for the first time since making controversial comments about Eagles head coach Chip Kelly, but would not answer questions about his former coach in Philadelphia.

“I have nothing to say about that. I’m in Buffalo,” said McCoy. “Everything in Philadelphia is over. I have nothing more to say really about it.”

In an interview with ESPN the Magazine, McCoy went after Kelly saying “You see how fast he got rid of all the good players. Especially all the good black players. He got rid of them the fastest. That’s the truth.”

Last week, Kelly denied the idea that he’s racially biased against black players, adding that he reached out to McCoy to discuss the issue, but was not able to get in contact with him.

McCoy brushed aside the idea of possibly avoiding Kelly’s phone calls, refusing to answer the question.

“Are you listening to me? Can I say it any other way? I’m not talking about Chip Kelly or the Eagles,” said McCoy. “I’ll be done with this interview if you don’t ask me about the Bills.”

McCoy continued the interview, adding that he didn’t regret what he said or believe that what he said cause a distraction for the Bills.

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