Found June 27, 2012 on
Ricky Manning Jr
Donovan McNabb is eight months younger than Peyton Manning and is coming off of exactly four less neck surgeries.
McNabb holds every major franchise passing record (wins, TD's, completions, passer rating, etc.) in Philadelphia Eagles history.
He has been training like a madman on the beach Rocky IV-style for the past couple of months and appears to be in superior shape.
Yet it appears that no team is going to touch No. 5 with a thirty-nine-and-a-half foot pole, and sadly, I can't say I blame any of them.
As a die-hard Philadelphia sports fan, I whole-heartedly believe that McNabb's skill-set and resume more than qualifies him for a backup job somewhere in the league. However, in a twist of fate that has to have Terrell Owens smiling somewhere to himself, I believe that McNabb's baggage is what is preventing him from finding a job for the 2012 NFL season.
McNabb dug this hole himself. He just doesn't seem to be having fun in the same way that he used to...
BEST OF MAXIM
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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NEVER SAY QUIT?
According to veteran NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb, he is looking at three teams who may be interested in his services.
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