PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — LeSean McCoy had anything but a pleasant break-up with the Eagles and it was no secret that his biggest issue was with Chip Kelly. Coincidentally, McCoy was a guest on NFL Network on Tuesday night, the same night that the Eagles introduced Doug Pederson as the team’s new head coach.

Pederson was an assistant under Andy Reid for some of McCoy’s time in town and he gave an endorsement of Pederson and expects him to do a good job with the Eagles.

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“I think first of all with the Eagles, they want to win,” McCoy explained. “Great franchise. Good owner. He’ll make sure they get the right pieces to win.”

PHILADELPHIA, PA - AUGUST 25: LeSean McCoy #25 of the Philadelphia Eagles in action against the Cleveland Browns during their pre season game on August 25, 2011 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

PHILADELPHIA, PA – AUGUST 25: LeSean McCoy #25 of the Philadelphia Eagles in action against the Cleveland Browns during their pre season game on August 25, 2011 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

McCoy was very complimentary of the organization and their new coach since the departure of Kelly.

“Doug, I know him very well,” McCoy said. “Offensively, he’s a good coach. I think he has the quarterbacks playing at a high level. He’s there. He understands the players. You can have a talk with him and they can meet on equal ground and kind of figure it out together.

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“I think he’ll be successful [in Philadelphia]. I’m not sure overall as a team, but offensively, I know he’ll do well…When he was there with the Eagles, he did a hell of a job.”

Some of the compliments that McCoy gave Pederson seemed to also serve as knock against Kelly. McCoy also took some time to compare his current head coach, to his old one, asserting that Kelly took to much of a dictatorial approach to coaching.

However, surprisingly, McCoy also had some positive things to say about his old coach.

“Every situation is different. The one thing I will say about Chip is that he wants to win,” McCoy said via ProFootballTalk.com. “He’s very, very intelligent. The offense, they’ll find ways to get the big numbers, they’ll find ways to put the stats up offensively. With him coming in there, no matter how good of a player or low player you are, if you just automatically believe him — no matter if it sounds crazy, you’re like ‘what is he talking about’ — if you just automatically believe and buy in, I think you’ll be fine.”

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