By Mary Cunningham
Ever since Shady McCoy was traded by the Eagles two months ago he has been a pain in the neck for coach Chip Kelly, whom McCoy has claimed ditched all the big-time stars, especially the black stars:
Jeremy Maclin, DeSean Jackson and himself.
Now McCoy has a pain in the neck.
So the Buffalo Bills got to take a look at some of their backup running backs with the first team during team drills on Wednesday because running back McCoy was limited during practice.
A neck injury was the reason for McCoy’s abbreviated schedule during the workout. Coach Rex Ryan said after practice that the injury wasn’t anything the team was worried about, but that they decided to take it easy with a player they plan to be leaning on heavily come the fall.
“He’s got a little thing like in his neck or something like that, but it’s not serious but it’s one of those things where we don’t need him out there,” Ryan said, via ESPN.com. “I don’t even think he had a helmet — he might have had a helmet out there but I’m not sure.”