LeSean McCoy on Chip Kelly: 'I don't hate him'

Night net null null null Ahead of the Bills' game against the Eagles this Sunday, former Philadelphia running back LeSean McCoy revealed he doesn't harbor any ill will toward his old coach, Chip Kelly."I don't have no issue with him," McCoy told The Philadelphia Inquirer. "There's no problem. I don't hate him. It's nothing like that.  "We ain't like best friends or that, but we're no enemies."MORE: Eagles shoot up power rankings | Bills liking looks of playoff picture McCoy, who was traded to the Bills in the offseason for Kiko Alonso, made headlines in May when he said Kelly "got rid of all all the black players." McCoy stood by his comments, but did clarify that he doesn't bear any animosity towards Kelly."I'm not gonna change anything I said," McCoy told 94WIP radio in Philadelphia on Tuesday. "I stand by everything I said before. And I don't have no problems with Chip, no hatred. Nothing at all. Everything I said, I stand by it. I don't take it back."One thing about myself, I would never take back nothing I say. I have my own reasons to feel how I felt. I think it's the difference between me and other players — (that) other players will only say how they feel. I'm different.

I'll speak how I feel, but I really don't want to relive that."The 5-7 Eagles will have to keep their eyes on McCoy, who has posted 792 rushing yards and three touchdowns this season.