LeSean McCoy on Saturday hosted a celebrity charity basketball game at Neumann University as part of his first Shadyfest, a series of events supporting his foundation, Shades of Greatness.
The game featured his Eagles teammate Jeremy Maclin, former teammate DeSean Jackson (Redskins), rapper Nelly and Dion Waiters of the Cavaliers.
With training camp beginning July 25, McCoy talked about how the Eagles have looked in minicamps and what he's expecting in 2014.
"I think we have a good team," McCoy said. "I'm kind of curious to how it will be, moving around a little bit, getting different players, losing different players. I want to see how we are as a team. We look good. The defense looks really good."
While he is no longer McCoy's teammate, Jackson said he still has a "great relationship" with the Birds' running back.
"The relationship that we built and the relationship we have," Jackson said, "that's never going to change regardless of what teams we play for. There's still a mutual respect and we still have a good friendship, so regardless of anything, that's my bro."
Shades of Greatness raises money for ALS research. McCoy's grandmother, Mary Branch, died of ALS in 2010.
To hear more from McCoy, watch the video above.