(He also spelled Tony Stark incorrectly, but reacting to “Toney” before anything else is like commenting on poor lawn care in front of a burning house.)RIP my dog TONEY STARK— Lesean McCoy (@CutonDime25) April 26, 2019MORE: NFL uniform rankingsMcCoy addressed the infamous spoiler with NFL Network’s Kyle Brandt, who asked about the fallout from the incident. McCoy told Brandt he watched “Avengers: Endgame” with his son and did a fake interview with him after the film ended, a father-son tradition. McCoy then tweeted Stark’s fate without realizing he was about to leave a gigantic fanbase extremely upset. “Avengers: Endgame” was released more than a year ago, so it shouldn’t need to be said. But, just in case, spoiler alert!Back on April 26, 2019, LeSean McCoy tweeted out five words — seven if you want to get technical about abbreviations — that would change his life forever. Prior to millions of Marvel fans heading to theaters on opening weekend to watch “Avengers: Endgame,” McCoy told the world that Iron Man had died. “That was the worst decision of my life. … I tweeted it, just having fun,” McCoy said. “But I didn’t know the reaction of the people. I didn’t know that. If I knew that, I would have never tweeted that. I didn’t know that people really got into the cartoons like that. I apologize. It was terrible. It was a bad decision.”Remember when LeSean McCoy tweeted about Tony Stark in Avengers: Endgame before anybody saw it?We asked him about it. Incredible response ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/yRd8brzBb3— Kyle Brandt (@KyleBrandt) May 13, 2020Unfortunately for McCoy, he can’t just snap his fingers and take it back.