Last month, LeSean McCoy observed that Eagles coach Chip Kelly was quick to “[get] rid of all the good black players.” Guess what’s the only thing everyone wants to ask McCoy about since he reported to Bills camp? And guess what McCoy has no intentions of revisiting?

During a media session yesterday, McCoy declared that “I never regret nothing I say.” He then proceeded to get increasingly testy as reporters attempted to get him to flesh out his comments on Kelly.

“I have nothing to say about that,” McCoy said after OTAs at One Bills Drive. “I’m in Buffalo. Everything in Philadelphia is over. I have nothing more really to say about it. It is what it is. Everybody can make their own thoughts and assumptions about it, but I’m done talking about it.”

OK, but what about when you implied Chip Kelly was racist?

“I don’t have to explain myself to nobody,” McCoy said when asked to elaborate on his assertions. “Nobody. I don’t. I said what I said, said what I felt at the time and I’m done with that.”

OK, but what about when you implied Chip Kelly was racist?

“Did you just hear what I just said here?” McCoy asked one reporter. “Then why did you ... I just told you, I’m not talking no more about Chip Kelly or the Eagles. So I’m done with that. You can ask me about the Bills.”

OK, but what about when you implied Chip Kelly was racist?

“Yo? Are y’all listening to me? Can I say it any other way? I’m not talking about Chip Kelly or no Eagles. So I’ll be done with this interview if nobody else has anything to say about the Bills.”

McCoy went on to call Kelly a “genius,” which is surely the last word on all of this. The Bills play in Philadelphia in Week 14.

[ESPN | Buffalo News]