Former Kansas Metropolis Chiefs operating again LeSean McCoy made it clear on a podcast that he did not take pleasure in working with offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, however head coach Andy Reid does not suppose that is a mirrored image of Bieniemy’s teaching skills.
In an look on the “I Am Athlete Tonight” podcast, McCoy stated Bieniemy “talks to [players] a sure means” and that is the rationale he hasn’t acquired a head-coaching alternative.
“Some gamers will take it,” McCoy stated. “I would not take it — like, ‘Whoa.’ … There’s a cause why that yearly, they’ve him as much as get a job — after which when the time comes, no person hires him as a result of they know the kind of coach he actually is.”
Reid stated he wasn’t shocked by the feedback from McCoy and stated that star gamers on the again finish of their careers can battle with criticism.
“I am a giant LeSean fan,” Reid stated Thursday, by way of Arrowhead Pleasure. “In my eyes, he is a future Corridor of Fame operating again. If you happen to have a look at it statistically, he is super. However he wasn’t the youngest pup within the kennel right here. He was on the again facet [of his career] — and typically that is arduous to take.
“Typically it is arduous on a veteran participant. Perhaps their efficiency degree is not what it was once — and it is arduous to take typically. [Bieniemy’s] going to push you to attempt to maximize what you’ve got obtained. That is considered one of his strengths.”
McCoy, 33, earned three journeys to the Professional Bowl throughout his time with the Philadelphia Eagles and one other three Professional Bowl nods throughout a stint with the Buffalo Payments. He signed with the Chiefs in 2019 at age 31 and completed his solely 12 months on the group with 465 dashing yards, 181 receiving yards and 5 touchdowns.