Philadelphia Eagles’ LeSean McCoy wears Oakland Raiders vest to game (GIF)

Nov 3, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy (25) attempts to rush past Oakland Raiders outside linebacker Sio Moore (55) during the third quarter at O.co Coliseum. The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Oakland Raiders 49-20. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Eagles are set to host the Washington Redskins today, though if you didn’t know the face of Eagles running back LeSean McCoy, you may think he was a member of the Oakland Raiders.

The talented tailback stepped off the team bus today in street clothes, which just so happened to include a vest complete with an old school Oakland Raiders logo on the left side of the chest.

While everybody else stepping off the bus can be seen wearing their team-supplied Eagles gear, McCoy proudly struts out in the Raiders vest, complete in black and silver.

There’s likely an easy explanation for this, right? I mean – let’s check McCoy’s former schools where he certainly played for some team that used a similar logo to the Raiders. That has to be the case. What about college? Oh. The Pittsburgh Panthers. Well, that won’t work. But what about high school? Nope, the Bishop McDevitt Crusaders don’t work either, nor does their gold and blue color scheme.

Well, in that case, you’re on your own with this one, Shady.

At least the headphones are green-ish.

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H/T Bleacher Report

Topics: LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles

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  • dazfx2

    Relax its the Raiders not like they are a threat to ANYONE…now if he was wearing the Giants, Cowboys, or their opponent that day, the Redskins then he’d have some explaining to do.

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