Eagles fans weren't holding their breath to see LeSean McCoy shake Chip Kelly's hand after the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday by a final of 23-20, but they probably thought they'd at least get to hear what McCoy had to say about his return to Lincoln Financial Field.
That never happened.
McCoy ran off the field after the game and didn't shake the hands of any former teammates. McCoy was also caught on camera throwing his helmet into the locker room after the game.
"I'm sure he's pretty pissed," former teammate Lane Johnson said of Shady. "He's a guy that wanted to win and try to throw it back in our face here. So I'm glad he didn't get it."
Was Johnson surprised that McCoy opted not to shake any hands?
"No, I mean there's a lot of emotion. I know he cares about a lot of the guys in the locker room. It's just there's a lot of animosity I guess towards how things went down."
McCoy also opted not to speak to the media following the game.
"I've got nothing to say," McCoy told reporters gathered at his locker.
He then walked out.
McCoy's return to Philadelphia was something of a mixed bag. He was seen greeting some Eagles fans in the tunnel, hugging owner Jeffrey Lurie on the field, and even kissing the Eagle painted at centerfield before the game. Then he performed fairly well against his former team but was mostly held in check in the second half.
Then there was also the potentially ugly moment where he was caught maybe flashing the middle finger to somebody by the CBS cameras.
The crowd in Philly's reaction to his return was also mixed. There were plenty of boos and even a fan wearing a McCoy jersey and a diaper.
McCoy remains the Eagles' all-time leading rusher.