Eagles running back LeSean McCoy has deleted his Twitter account after a nasty, well-documented social media spat (here are Deadspin's and Bleedinggreennation's takes) with a woman he says is mother of his baby son.

The inscrutable argument began when McCoy tweeted that he was on vacation somewhere much warmer than Philadelphia. The woman replied with a spelling correction (vacation instead of vocation) and was then critical of McCoy's ability to be an effective father, igniting a crude feud.

McCoy requested that his followers assist him in his assault and eventually tweeted that his account was hacked before deactivating it.

The four-year veteran compiled 1,123 yards from scrimmage last season in 12 games (he missed four with a concussion). Since 2010, when he became the Eagles' starting running back, McCoy is fourth in the league among running backs in total touchdowns (34), sixth in rushing touchdowns (26), seventh in yards from scrimmage (4,509) and 10th in rushing yards (3,222). He earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 2011 after leading the NFL with 17 rushing touchdowns and 20 total, both franchise records.