ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — LeSean McCoy had a blunt response to Eagles Coach Chip Kelly’s offer to shake hands on the field Sunday in Philadelphia.

Don’t hold your breath.

“Chip can’t shake (anything),” the Buffalo Bills’ running back said, using a profanity Wednesday. “He can’t call me. He can’t shake my hand. There’s nothing he can do with me. He can’t say (anything) to me. It’s as simple as that.”

Nine months have passed since Kelly decided to part ways with the Eagles’ most dynamic offensive threat at the time, trading McCoy to Buffalo for linebacker Kiko Alonso. And McCoy, in preparing to face his former team for the first time, made it clear he still holds a grudge about how abruptly his six-year stint in Philadelphia ended.

McCoy, who previously suggested Kelly’s move was racially motivated, insisted he doesn’t dislike his former coach.

“I have nothing against him,” he said. “No hatred. We’re not enemies.”

That doesn’t mean they’re on speaking terms.

“I’m sure there are people you don’t hate or have an issue with that you don’t speak to,” he said. “I’m with the Bills. He’s with the Eagles. We never had any great relationship, best friends. So there’s nothing to talk about.”

The bad-blood showdown in the City of Brotherly Love highlights a game between the Bills (6-6) and Eagles (5-7), both seeking to stay in the playoff picture.

BROWNS: Speaking to reporters for the first time since being demoted last month for off-field behavior, quarterback Johnny Manziel didn’t apologize for his actions, offered no promises and said he feels fortunate to be back in the starting lineup this week against San Francisco.

“I was forced to learn a hard lesson,” he said. “I had to learn the hard way and I’m lucky to be back in the position that I’m in and being the starter again, so I’m definitely not taking that lightly. That’s for sure.”

JETS: Cornerback Darrelle Revis rejoined his teammates, attending practice for the first time since suffering a concussion Nov. 22.

Revis didn’t participate in any drills, but Coach Todd Bowles was happy to see Revis at least do some running.

TITANS: Running back Dexter McCluster returned to practice after missing two games with an injured right knee.

Interim coach Mike Mularkey said McCluster looked good and practiced fully. McCluster was hurt Nov. 19 in a loss at Jacksonville. He’s the Titans’ returner, and ranks second among the running backs with 51 carries for 235 yards and an average of 4.6 yards per carry.

BRONCOS: Quarterback Peyton Manning threw on his own for the first time in 31/2 weeks, but more than a dozen players were limited at practice or held out altogether.

Coach Gary Kubiak said Manning did about a half-hour of throwing and some drill work.

 Denver bolstered its depth at safety by signing fifth-year veteran Shiloh Keo, who played 42 games with Houston and is familiar with defensive coordinator Wade Phillips’ schemes.

SAINTS: New Orleans placed running back Mark Ingram on injured reserve, ending his season after 12 games.

RAMS: St. Louis lost two defensive stalwarts for the rest of the season, with end Robert Quinn to undergo back surgery and safety T.J. McDonald headed for a shoulder procedure.

BEARS: Receiver Kevin White participated in 11-on-11 drills, another step as he works his way back from a left shin injury that has sidelined him all season.

JAGUARS: Linebacker Paul Posluszny had surgery for a broken right hand but hasn’t been ruled out against Indianapolis.

RAIDERS: Oakland agreed to a four-year contract extension with receiver Michael Crabtree.