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 hate Kelly. And yet he made it abundantly clear that he still bears a grudge after Kelly abruptly ended McCoy's career in Philadelphia by trading him to the Bills last spring.
Earlier in the day, Kelly said he's got "great respect" for McCoy and referred to him as one of the NFL's premier running backs.
McCoy's return and the bad blood between him and Kelly highlight a game between the Bills (6-6) and Eagles (5-7), who are battling to stay in the playoff picture.