Former NFL coach Herm Edwards went on a rant about NFL players becoming divas, and it was absolutely amazing.
Edwards, who served as the head coach of the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs, took exception to comments made by Buffalo Bills star running back LeSean McCoy, and lashed out at McCoy on ESPN’s show “NFL Live” on Wednesday.
It all started when McCoy told the media on Wednesday that his former coach Chip Kelly “can’t shake shit” when his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles, plays the Bills this Sunday. (RELATED: This Shocking Video Shows NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Laughing About Concussions And Brain Damage)
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McCoy’s chippy attitude caused Edwards to lose his mind, and accuse players of being more focused on themselves instead of team football. (RELATED: Cleveland Browns Coach Says Johnny Manziel Has ‘Deep-Rooted’ Issues)
Edwards said in part:
I’m done man. I’m done. I’m done with all this, man. I’m done. You ask me, ‘Coach you wanna go back and coach?’ No, I don’t want to coach this! This ain’t professional football, man. It ain’t about you. It’s not about you anymore. The players think it’s all about them. It ain’t about them. It’s about the game of football, man.
It’ll be interesting to see what happens Sunday when the Eagles and the Bills meet on the field. (RELATED: Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The Heisman Trophy Finalists [PHOTOS])