Found June 29, 2012 on Players View:

As Donovan McNabb sits back and most likely chuckles at Terrell Owens recent string of public gaffes and says ‘I won,’ the former starting QB is attempting to get back into the NFL.

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Donovan McNabb thinks Eagles could have made Super Bowl without T.O., even though he gave team a boost

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