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LeSean McCoy takes another shot at Chip Kelly on NFL Network


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Former Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy has never been shy to take shots at his former head coach, Chip Kelly. McCoy threw another jab at Kelly during Sunday’s NFL Network broadcast.

Skip ahead to the 35 second mark in this video:

I’ve got a lot of love for Philadelphia, not the little short coach who’s with the kids, where he belongs.

Classic Shady.

Something tells me he’d much more enjoy playing for Doug Pederson, who has #EmotionalIntelligence. But for real, though.

It’s clear the Eagles are much better off without Kelly, who got fired 15 games after trading away McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for Kiko Alonso prior to the 2015 season.

Kelly spent the 2016 season going 2-14 with the San Francisco 49ers before also getting fired there. He spent 2017 as an ESPN football analyst before being hired by UCLA in late November.

McCoy definitely still has love for Philly. The Eagles’ all-time franchise leading rusher showed up to Lincoln Financial Field (along with former Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin) for last week’s playoff game against the Falcons.

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