During his lengthy chat with reporters today about his failed holdout and how it will affect him moving forward from here on out, Osi Umenyiora was asked about LeSean McCoy and the possibility of playing against him this weekend.
"I don’t know who that is, I’m sorry," Umenyiora politely replied.
Of course, back in June, Umenyiora referred to the Eagles running back as "Lady Gaga" and "she" after McCoy tweeted that the Giants defensive end is "soft" and "overrated" and the third best defensive lineman on the Giants.
"I refer to him as she because that is something that a woman would do," Umenyiora said back in June. "You can sit over there and be a Twitter gangster all you want to but on the football field is where you are supposed to address these types of things."
Unlike on Thursday when asked about McCoy, Umenyiora certainly did not have his poker face on when talking about why he refers to the Eagles running back as "Lady Gaga" last June.
"I have always referred to him as that because he is woman," Umenyiora explained during the summer. "We have a lot of animosity toward each other personally and on the football field is where I thought it was left. But he has decided to take it off the football field and say some things that I just have no respect for."
"Whenever a guy like an Andy Reid or a Michael Vick or a Jason Peters, whenever they come out and say some things like that, that might hurt me," Umenyiora added then. "But a guy like LeSean McCoy, he's a nobody. He just needs to be quiet."