Former Philadelphia Eagles star LeSean McCoy has no issues with self-esteem.
March brought Philadelphia Eagles fans free agency. Then, the page turned to April, and we had another NFL Draft, a strange one but a draft nonetheless. April turned to May, and as the fifth month of another year rolled on, the rumor mill churned out quite a few stories.
Would the Eagles finally pull the trigger on adding Jadeveon Clowney? Might Carlos Hyde be an option? What about LeSean McCoy? Would the Eagles finally bring “Shady” home? Those are the stories that dominated the headlines as May rolled on.
You have to admit, regardless of what side you’re on in the “bring Shady back” argument, ever since Chip Kelly shipped him and DeSean Jackson off, fans have dreamed of their return. It appears that there’s a chance the dream can still be a reality (and soon).
It just seems that if that, if it’s going to happen, it’s going to be several years after we had originally hoped.
A former Philadelphia Eagles star makes a bold claim.
Believe it or not, it’s already June, and as our nation deals with heartache and another opportunity to be better, some people are seeking social media for an escape instead of a place to display anger.
Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz used their platform to show a little love in a time of crisis. Lane Johnson hosted “D-Jax” for a conversation, and Outside the Lane surprised us with two Eagles stars going on record and saying they wanted to see their friend in an Eagles jersey again.
“Shady” has been active as well. Despite the detractors and despite the fact that there have been statements suggesting it’s time to hang the cleats up, Mr. McCoy isn’t budging. Recently, he took to his Instagram account to thank the people who have supported him and make one more bold statement.
“Shady” wrapped things up in his message by saying the Hall of Fame was “on the way when I say I’m done”. Maybe he thought better of it because it appears he’s since taken the post down, but what’s done is done. Too many people have seen it.
You can make the argument for and against his theory. He’ll definitely be in the Eagles Hall of Fame. We’ll have to wait and see about Canton, but in the end, no one ever accused Philly’s all-time leading rusher of being shy. Then, there’s this. If he didn’t see himself as a potential Hall of Famer would we want him back anyway? Give us the guy with extreme confidence over the guy that second-guesses himself any day.