Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy told reporters Wednesday he would not answer any questions about controversial remarks he made about his former coach with the Philadelphia Eagles, Chip Kelly, in ESPN The Magazine last month.
McCoy, speaking with the media for the first time since telling the publication that some of Kelly's roster decisions were racially motivated, said he would only answer questions about the Bills. At one point, he threatened to end the session if the Eagles questions persisted, so the line of questioning eventually shifted to the Bills.
"I'm in Buffalo," McCoy said after the Bills' OTA practice on the field next to the ADPRO Sports Training Facility. "Everything in Philadelphia is over. I have nothing more to say really about it. So it is what it is.
"Everybody can make their own thoughts and assumptions about it. But I'm done talking about it."
McCoy wound up answering about 10 minutes worth of questions about the Bills, but did say later in the session that he did not regret making the comments he made to the magazine.