LeSean McCoy told Richie Incognito that he wants to see “Miami Richie” against the Eagles, according to Mike Silver of NFL Media.
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy has made it clear to his teammates that a win on Sunday over his former team the Philadelphia Eagles is personal. For one teammate, offensive guard Richie Incognito, McCoy made a request that may draw the ire of football fans.
Before the game, McCoy told Incognito that he wants to see “Miami Richie” against the Eagles, according to Mike Silver of NFL Media.
McCoy’s statement references Incognito’s time with the Miami Dolphins, were he was known for his aggressive nature and bully presence in the locker room. He was suspended for three months by the team in 2013 after it was found that he and current New York Giants guard John Jerry had bullied offensive tackle Jonathan Martin throughout the season.
Incognito, 32, has made the most of his second chance with the Bills, playing arguably his best season as a pro.