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Donovan McNabb will formally retire as an Eagle on Monday. The former Eagles quarterback will be honored at a news conference with owner Jeffrey Lurie. McNabb 36 appeared at the Eagles' Alumni Day during Sunday's open practice at Lincoln Financial Field. McNabb was introduced to the 30000 fans in attendance and received a standing ovation. His relationship with the team and the fans in Philadelphia was at times acrimonious but the retirement ceremony should offer positive closure. McNabb is the team's all-time leader in every major passing category. He quarterbacked the Eagles to 91 regular-season wins and nine postseason victories.
His reception was among the loudest. Brian Dawkins Brian Westbrook Duce Staley and Harold Carmichael also received big ovations. Good start Eagles president Don Smolenski said that 30000 fans attended the first open practice. Fans had reserved 65000 tickets but there was a threat of rain and the tickets were free so it was not certain the ...
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Donovan McNabb's No. 5 will be retired by the Philadelphia Eagles, becoming the ninth player in franchise history to receive that honor.
The six-time Pro Bowl quarterback formally announced his retirement Monday, though he hasn't played in the NFL since 2011. McNabb will be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame and have his jersey retired on Sept. 19 when the Eagles...
Donovan McNabb is the best quarterback in the history of the Eagles. He's broken every single Eagles record for quarterbacks. In this article, I will say why McNabb should be a Hall-of-Famer.The first reason why he should be a Hall-of-Famer is because McNabb led the Eagles to 91 regular season wins, 9 postseason wins, a NFC Championship title and a Super Bowl berth.He also...
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Donovan McNabb will officially retire on Monday as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Drafted to a chorus of boos at the 1999 NFL Draft, McNabb guided the Eagles to numerous playoff appearances including a spot in Super Bowl XXXIX.
Special weekend for my me. Look forward to seeing my former teammates and the current eagles. True eagles...
So apparently Donovan McNabb hadn’t retired yet… who knew? At least he’s going out as a Philadelphia Eagles player, the way it’s supposed to be.
The Eagles have announced that Donovan McNabb will formally retire Monday as an Eagle. I'm sure Redskins & Vikings fans are furious.
— Reuben Frank (@RoobCSN) July 28, 2013
8 QBs in NFL history completed 59% of their...
Quarterback Donovan McNabb will retire as an Eagle on Monday. SOURCE: NBC SportsFantasy Spin:McNabb appeared in six Pro Bowls during his tenure with the Eagles including five in a row between 2000 and 2004. He led Philadelphia to one Super Bowl, which the Eagles lost to New England in 2004. He threw for 234 touchdowns and rushed for 29 more during his 13 seasons in the league. The...
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This should invoke nothing but joy and warm feelings in the hearts of Philly fans, long admirers of the legend of Donovan McNabb. McNabb felt it necessary to have a formal retirement announcement in late July, when the NFL media is still bored enough to pay attention. He retired as a member of the Eagles, which makes sense, though it’s still a development not...
The Philadelphia Eagles September 19 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs just got a little more exciting.
Not only will be it a homecoming for former Eagles, and current Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, but now according to Thacover2, it will be the night Donovan McNabb gets his No.5 jersey retired as well.
“Donovan McNabb was a franchise-changing quarterback for the Eagles and...
When the Philadelphia Eagles, and first year head coach Andy Reid, were on the clock in the 1999 NFL Draft, everyone in the front office agreed on who their target was going to be with the No. 2 overall pick. No. 5, Donovan McNabb. Per a great article over [...]The post Lurie Reflects on Donovan McNabb Pick: “It was Donovan or Yikes” appeared first on Eagles Pulse.
Today Donovan McNabb will officially retires from the NFL. More Than a decade of football as an Eagle where he took the Birds to the playoffs eight times and one Superbowl. McNabb holds nearly every Eagle quarterback record and with that stated, probably the best quarterback in Eagle history.
McNabb who began his career with a cascade of boo’s on draft day; presided over one...
Six-time Pro Bowl quarterback Donovan McNabb will officially
retire as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday.
Philadelphia, PA — Sunday July 28, 2013 the Philadelphia Eagles held their first training camp practice at Lincoln Financial field. This was also the first Padded Practice under New Coach Chip Kelly. Before the gates opened, the Eagles announced that Donovan McNabb will officially retire as an Eagle on Monday July 29, 2013. Jeremy Maclin [...]