Found May 14, 2013 on Players View:

The Philadelphia Eagles will potentially put the band back together for a brief moment on September 19 when the Kansas City Chiefs come to town.

The Chiefs are now being coached by Andy Reid who led the team to numerous NFC championship games and a Super Bowl.

According to the Philadelphia Daily News, on that date, Reid’s mainstay quarterback Donovan McNabb will probably retire as a Eagle.

McNabb has publicly stated that he's walking out the door in Eagles green.

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  • WITH ALL DUE RESPECT TO MCNABB WE JUST MAY SEE WHAT WE ALREADY KNEW THAT ANDY REID WAS A BAD COACH AND I BELIEVE THAT AFFECTED MCNABB CONGRATS HE RETIRES AS AN EAGLE BUT E A G L E S WAS GOOD WHEN WE HAD A REAL DEFENSIVE CORDINATOR JJ
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