Trevon Diggs, Cowboys fans bury LeSean McCoy for putrid take on Dak Prescott trash talk

Trevon Diggs and Cowboys fans let LeSean McCoy hear it for his take on Diggs talking trash to Dak Prescott.
Jul 26, 2023; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) talks with cornerback
Jul 26, 2023; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) talks with cornerback / Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

With training camp in full-swing and preseason up and running, the media technically doesn't need to rely on Dallas Cowboys storylines to stoke up their content. And yet, every storyline surrounding the club continues to get overblown.

At Tuesday's practice in Oxnard, Trevon Diggs uttered some profanities at Dak Prescott after the quarterback ran out of bounds on a scramble. Prescott responded by throwing (tossing) the football at Diggs as he jogged back to the huddle.

Cowboys fans were fired up by the exchange, and rightly so. Nothing wrong with two high-level athletes talking trash at camp, right?

Diggs and Prescott defused the situation -- not that anything needed to be defused -- following Thursday's practice. Prescott even admitted to starting the trash talk before practice. Fittingly, though, that didn't stop the media from taking the opportunity to push their doltish narratives.

With that, we turn our attention to Fox Sports analyst LeSean McCoy, who claimed none of the quarterbacks he played with were ever spoken to like Diggs spoke to Prescott.

Trevon Diggs, Cowboys fans roast LeSean McCoy for take on Dak Prescott trash talk

McCoy is rapidly becoming one of sports media's worst personalities.

Mind you, McCoy's former quarterback Josh Allen of the Bills got in a shouting and shoving match with teammate Jordan Phillips at last year's training camp. It was the first day of pads -- Tuesday marked the second day of pads for Dallas, by the way -- and Allen later tweeted "its all love" and "just pushing each other to be great."

McCoy wasn't with the Bills last year, but Allen's quarrel with Phillips is just evidence that McCoy is lying to maintain his anti-Cowboys (and Prescott) narrative. Again, this is the same analyst who called Prescott "ass" on national TV.

The former Eagle has been roasted for his takes, but our Twitter or "X" timelines were filled with Cowboys fans taking McCoy to task.

But not before Trevon Diggs said his peace.

As Diggs notes in his diss, McCoy will quite literally "say anything" to go viral. That's sadly what sports media has devolved into.

Jourdan Lewis chimed in as well. Like Diggs, he spoke on behalf of Cowboys Nation.

Then came time for Cowboys fans to air their grievances.

Even the great Nick Eatman of caught wind of McCoy's take.

That's too much work, clearly. What would McCoy and other Cowboys haters talk about if they traveled the necessary distance to debunk their narratives?

There are myriad other replies and quote tweets, but you get the point.

This was a non-story from jump street. Every team should have some semblance of trash talk transpire during training camp. Competition brings out the best in athletes and the offense and defense are pitted as enemies during practice.

McCoy of all people should understand that, but again, that doesn't fit the narrative.

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