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Te’o off-limits to media but not Maxim party
McCoy was Denver’s offensive coordinator when Tim Tebow was with the Broncos.
The Broncos never kept Tebow off-limits to the media.
One Chargers rookie who did talk was former California wide receiver Keenan Allen, who said he didn’t think posting a photo of himself online wearing an Oakland Raiders cap would cause the stir it did.
“Obviously I had a Raiders hat on. I didn’t think it would have the effect that it did have but obviously it did and I didn’t mean for it to happen,” Allen said sheepishly about getting caught wearing gear from the Chargers’ most-hated rival. “I wasn’t thinking about it at the time. I wasn’t actually thinking about football at all. I was just going to grab a bite to eat. I posted something on Vine.
“I’m sorry about it and it won’t happen again.” Allen said he bought the hat while in college.
He posted the picture sometime after being drafted by the Chargers.
He also said veteran safety Eric Weddle “came up to me today and gave me the rundown _ don’t do it again.”
Outside linebacker Dwight Freeney, who agreed to a two-year deal with the Chargers on Saturday, wasn’t at Monday’s workout. McCoy said Freeney had a prior commitment.
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