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Philadelphia Eagles running back made headlines when he took to Twitter last week to declare that Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno “sucks.”
In response to ESPN’s Skip Bayless’ tweet on Oct. 6th “Peyton is doing what Peyton always does. But Knowshon is KILLING the Cowboys,” McCoy’s retweet simply said “Knowshon sucks.”
Usually after a insulting or controversial Tweet, we get the heartfelt apology or the old ”my account was hacked’ story.
Not the case with McCoy, who reaffirmed his stance that he does indeed think “Knowshon sucks.”
In his weekly press conference, McCoy was asked about his tweet, “I don’t want to talk about the past,” McCoy said, via CSNPhilly.com. “It is what it is. What I said is what I meant.”
McCoy was then asked if he regretted the tweet.
“No,” he replied.
To rub it in even more, McCoy started off his presser with “I just want to say I think Doug Martin is a heck of a running back,” McCoy said.
Does Martin suck? “Nah. He’s one of
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— Denver Broncos (@DenverBroncos) October 10, 2013
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Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey was a full participant in practice Wednesday for the first time since injuring his foot in a preseason game Aug. 17 at Seattle. “With Champ, obviously, we’ve been smart, the medical people have done a fantastic job,” Broncos coach John Fox said via ESPN. “He had a very, very good workout [Wednesday].”
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