NFL training camps haven’t started cranking up, but a pair of division rivals are already in mid-season trash talking form.
After New York Giants’ defensive lineman Osi Umenyiora filed an affidavit explaining why he wanted to leave the organization, Philadelphia Eagles’ running back LeSean McCoy decided to offer a critique of Umenyiora’s status on the Giants’ d-line totem pole.
Overrated n soft 3rd best d-line on his team honestly
Not surprisingly, Umenyiora wasn’t so hot on McCoy’s opinion and had a few choice descriptions of his own when New York Times reporter Mark Viera asked him about it.
As for McCoy, Osi referred to him as a “Chihuahua” and “Lady GaGa” and said: “She can say whatever he wants about it.”
Since filing the affidavit, Umeniyora has said he would be happy coming back to the Giants. If he does, it becomes reason No. 5,897 that the lockout needs to be wrapped up.