In an interview with CBS Philadelphia, McCoy said the feud is silly, that he should be more focused on a Super Bowl than an individual battle against a player.
“It’s time to get over this Osi and LeSean thing,” McCoy told WIP radio in Philadelphia on Monday. “After the game (Umenyiora) said, ‘Hey man, you’re a heck of a player. We’re in this business, let’s get over this.’ He said, ‘Let’s be done with it.’ “
“Being a bigger man, also for myself, you’ve got to focus on the Giants,” he added. “And my goal is not an individual battle with Osi. It’s with the Giants, and trying to get a Super Bowl.”
Umenyiora made it clear he wanted to end the dispute, too. Prior to Sunday night's game in Philly, Umenyiora told NBC's Bob Costas that he's done with the 140-character battles with McCoy.
“It started on the field and it progressed to off the field, but you know everything is okay now. We’re cool, we’re alright," Umenyiora told Costas.
“I laughed when I heard (he called me a ballerina). I didn’t know he had that in him. We’re going to settle this on the football field. He’s said some things to me and I’ve said some things to him, and I took the low road. Usually I take the high road but I took the low road and responded and that was out of my character and I’m just going to try to stay out of all that.”
So for now, don't expect any "Happy Mother's Day" wishes between these two rivals. Don't plan on anymore name-calling -- ballerina, Lady Gaga or "little girl."
I'll believe it when I see it.