I guess everyone is racist nowadays Former Eagles CB Brandon Boykin suggests Chip Kelly is ‘uncomfortable’ around black men BY John Healy NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday, August 2, 2015, 12:53 PM Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images Chip Kelly continues to hear accusations of racism for some of his personnel decisions. Another former Eagle is accusing head coach Chip Kelly of racism. Cornerback Brandon Boykin, who was traded from the Eagles to the Steelers on Saturday for a draft pick, told Comcast SportsNet Philly that Kelly is “uncomfortable around grown men of our culture.” “He can’t relate and that makes him uncomfortable,” Boykin told CSN Philly via text message. “He likes to be in total control of everything. “Players can excel when you naturally let them be who they are and in my experience that hasn’t been important to him, but you guys have heard this before me.” Kelly, who became the Eagles head coach in 2013, has made headlines for getting rid of key players who happen to be black, most notably DeSean Jackson and LeSean McCoy. McCoy dropped the possibility that race was a factor in personnel decisions after he was traded for Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso in the offseason. “You see how fast he got rid of all the good players. Especially all the good black players,” McCoy told ESPN in May. “ He got rid of them the fastest.” The trade also prompted ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith to raise the same question. “Chip Kelly makes decisions over the last couple of years that, dare I say, leave a few brothers feeling uncomfortable,” Smith said.