Chiefs' LeSean McCoy says he won't retire after Super Bowl, but when he does, it will be as an EagleMcCoy says he still has some tread left on the tires
Kansas City Chiefs running back LeSean McCoy will turn 32-years-old this offseason but claims he's not ready to hang up the cleats just yet. During Super Bowl opening night in Miami on Monday night, McCoy was asked if he would pull a Jerome Bettis and retire if the Chiefs were to win the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
"I can still play, so I'm not going to retire yet," McCoy responded, according to Kevin Patra of NFL.com. "But that day is coming."
McCoy was active for only 13 games in the regular season this year and was active for only one postseason game. He hasn't recorded a carry since Week 15, when the Chiefs took down the Denver Broncos, 23-3, on Dec. 15. In all, he recorded a career-low 465 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 101 carries.
This season was McCoy's first in ..