Eagles RB LeSean McCoy is definitely not cheering the allegations made in the lawsuit against him.
For anyone in the public eye, it’s probably a good rule of thumb to try to stay off the pages of TMZ. Not all news on the notorious gossip website is bad, but really, when is it ever truly positive?
If that was a goal of Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy, then he has failed at his mission. Shady was headline news on TMZ on Tuesday over an assault allegation filed against the star athlete. Continue reading ‘LeSean McCoy sued for alleged assault in party bus incident’
File under: Too little, too late.
Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy issued an apology on Monday for his profane and classless public spat via Twitter with his baby Mama Steph late on Saturday night. In it, he expresses remorse at how his actions impacted his family, fans and the Eagles organization. He also comments at length about his desire to be a “great” father and a positive role model for his son. McCoy also apologizes for predictably claiming that his account was hacked shortly before deactivating his Twitter profile: Continue reading ‘LeSean McCoy apologizes for weekend Twitter tirade’
Well. LeSean McCoy certainly had an eventful night. And lucky for us, we got to all see the drama unfold real time on Twitter.
Ah, the beauty of social media.
It all started innocently enough. Shady is currently on vacation in Puerto Rico and sent a tweet out about boasting of his enjoyment. Nothing unusual there. But then, his baby mama chose to make a correction to the spelling featured in McCoy’s tweet (screenshots courtesy of Black Sports Online:
Continue reading ‘LeSean McCoy’s baby mama drama unfolds in explicit detail on Twitter’
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The ending of Sunday’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins, the final home game of an awful season for the Birds, was a good analogy for the frustration of the entire year. Continue reading ‘Philadelphia Eagles season sinks even further into meaninglessness’
A lot has changed since the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins first met in Week 11. That game was Nick Foles’ first career start in that NFL. Both teams were 3-6.
But that’s where the fortunes of the teams took divergent paths. Continue reading ‘Washington Redskins v. Philadelphia Eagles: Birds relishing the role of spoiler?’