Donovan McNabb’s No. 5 will be retired by the Philadelphia Eagles, becoming the ninth player in franchise history to receive that honor.
Six-time Pro Bowl quarterback Donovan McNabb will officially retire a member of the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday.
Donovan McNabb may not have worked out in Washington (or Minnesota), but he sure had a successful career in Philadelphia, and now as an NFL analyst. But it was a suspect tweet about the NBA Finals today that has people questioning his general sports knowledge.
Reviewing the highs and lows of the Washington Redskins in the first half of the season, which ended with a 27-12 loss at Pittsburgh — their lone game not to be decided in the final minutes.
Redskins fans have a storied history of falling in love with backup quarterbacks, much as they did when they favored John Beck over Grossman, Todd Collins over Jason Cambell, and Colt Brennan over everyone. But coming off an 20-interception season, you don’t have to worry about the re-signed Rex Grossman getting the fan vote over newly-minted starter Robert Griffin III.
Just a few weeks ago Donovan McNabb said Robert Griffin III wouldn’t be a good fit for the Washington Redskins and Mike Shanahan.
Former Redskins center Casey Rabach joined Holden and Danny today on The Fan and addressed what it was like playing for the team during the tumultuous season of 2010. In short, he said it was a “Freaking Nightmare.” Find out what else he said…
Donovan McNabb made his feelings known about Robert Griffin III joining Mike Shanahan and the Washington Redskins — it won’t work.
The official order of the NFL Draft was released on Tuesday and the Washington Redskins have seven picks at their disposal.
The Minnesota Vikings are set to release benched quarterback Donovan McNabb today. McNabb reportedly asked for the release so he could catch on with another team.