Originally written on Pro Football Zone  |  Last updated 10/21/14

PHILADELPHIA - OCTOBER 03: Donovan McNabb of the Washington Redskins runs 18 yards for a first down in the second half against the Philadelphia Eagles on October 3, 2010 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Redskins defeated the Eagles 17-12. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
According to NFL.com, free agent quarterback Donovan McNabb doesn’t plan on retiring, instead he has three teams in mind that he would like to play for in 2012. So far Mcnabb hasn’t been contacted by any team, but he remains optimistic that he can help the right team in the right situation. “I see three teams in the NFL, right now, that I feel like I can add a little bit of flavor to it from what they have,” McNabb said. “I won’t mention those teams. But, if the phone rings, there will be a lot of decisions to make on that.” McNabb’s back up plan right now is to be a TV analyst and he’s OK with how his career has turned out when it’s all said and done. “A lot of people take a lot of things from the game,” he said. “They take away a Super Bowl ring, they take away an opportunity to play with Hall of Fame players. When I walk away from the game, I take a little bit of everything.” I really don’t think there will be any teams looking to sign McNabb. After failing with the Redskins and Vikings over the past couple of seasons, it’s clear that he needs to retire.
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