Found October 18, 2011 on GridironFans.com:
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Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz nearly came to blows, but it was Andy Reid who absorbed the most unexpected wallop Sunday. In the final minutes of Philadelphia's win over the Washington Redskins, LeSean McCoy carried the ball on second-and-3 for what he thought was an Eagles first down. Galloping off the field, a jubilant McCoy -- with the ball in his right hand -- flung his left fist into Reid's belly. The coach's head shot back and he yelped something that probably wasn't safe for television. "He knocked the wind out of me," Reid told the Philadelphia Inquirer. It was a tad early for McCoy to celebrate, as he didn't actually net the first down but quarterback Michael Vick sealed the deal on the next play. "I don't really care. (McCoy) can do anything he wants today," a happy Reid said after the game. "Handshake, chest bump."

Source: NFL.com
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