McCoy was seen limping heavily on his left leg as he headed back to the locker room. He will undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the injury.
McCoy scored just five touchdowns last season for the Eagles, and was often overlooked in goal line situations because he's viewed as an open-field type runner.
"He's not just a shake and bake guy and all that," said Ryan of McCoy, via the team's official website. "He can stick it in there and that was good to see."
McCoy scored during practice as the Bills used him during their goal line scheme.
"The guys up front really just got to their keys and blocked well," McCoy said. "I had the easy part, just get in there and get skinny and get in the end zone. With (Jerome) Felton he plays a bigger role in the running game so the guys up front mixed in with him it's a great combination."
Kelly is getting support from someone on his own staff though. Eagles running backs coach Duce Staley, who is close to McCoy, stood up for Kelly, per ESPN.com.
"Chip is not a racist at all," Staley said. "Chip and I work well together. I mean, everybody has their own opinion. I'm not here to talk about [Tra Thomas] or to talk about what McCoy is talking about. I know from my relationship with Chip, that's definitely far-fetched. We're all here to do a job, and that's football, so don't take a chapter and make it a book."
After being traded to the Bills, McCoy said in an interview with ESPN The Magazine that Kelly "got rid of all the good black players."
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