Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Donovan mcnabb

  • Donovan McNabb thinks he can still play quarterback in the NFL. At this point, though, none of the 32 teams seems to agree with him. The last two seasons certainly cant be helping his case.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • We all know the deal with Donovan McNabb by now. Good quarterback. Always felt sorry for himself. Little bit delusional. You'll recall his most recent comments when he essentially pimped himself as a lock to reach Canton.
  • (Inside the Iggles (blog))
  • UPDATE, 4:30 p.m. ET: Eagles coach Andy Reid will discuss McNabb on NFL Networks NFL Total Access on Monday night. I still think he can play, Reid said in a snippet of his interview. I think the world of him, and we had some great years together here.
  • (USA Today)
  • Quarterback Donovan McNabb said Friday he is not retiring and hopes to catch on with an NFL team in time for training camp. I sort of have some unfinished business, McNabb said on The Waddle Silvy Show on ESPN 1000.
  • (ESPN)
  • Don't count out Donovan McNabb yet. The former star quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles is preparing for a comeback in the National Football League, according to ESPN.
  • (rantsports.com)
  • Responding to ESPN reports that Donovan McNabb has lost weight and is in shape, Reid said he would recommend the former Eagles quarterback to NFL teams. "I'd tell them to take him," Reid told NFL Total Access. "I still think he can play.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • Donovan McNabb looks for a home team to return to his quarterback position, but nobody wants him. While he misses his sport, the last team he played for, the Minnesota Vikings, skipped him throughout most of the season, his having only played six games.
  • (College News)
  • Here's something I haven't seen elsewhere, though: SI's Don Banks talked with Griffin at length about his future in D.C., and asked him about Donovan McNabb's contention that Mike Shanahan was not a good fit for RGIII.
  • (Washington Post)
  • Donovan McNabb's career may be over, as he hasn't drawn any interest from any teams since the Vikings released him late last year. If his career is over, McNabb believes he belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2017.
  • (NBC Sports)

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