Buffalo, NY – Despite reports claiming Buffalo Bills running back Lesean McCoy will not miss week 1 of the regular season, the star running back didn’t hesitate to speak with reporters about his hamstring injury.
“I don’t have to explain myself to nobody, but I’m just saying my hamstring had a huge hand in my injury,” McCoy said. “You only see my hamstring hurting me, a black man, and no white players, am I right? I don’t know how else to put it, but it’s definitely got a problem with me.”
McCoy continued to lay the blame on his finicky muscle.
“He put me out quicker than any other player out here. That’s the truth. There’s a reason for that.”
Despite his accusations, McCoy said he has tried to call his hamstring on two separate occasions to “clear the air.”
“He didn’t even call me back, like I’m less than a man,” a noticeably frustrated McCoy said. “It’s just frustrating in this day and age.”
When asked by confused reporters how he expected to hear back from his own hamstring, McCoy declared the interview over.
“How hard is it to understand? I wanted a straight answer from my own hamstring about it being a racist and hurting me because I’m a black athlete, that’s not a hard thing to get.”