Found September 23, 2013 on
According to Crossing Broad, Donovan McNabb was in a speech giving mood the whole weekend after having his No. 5 Eagles jersey retired this past Thursday.
In the video from Harrah’s Casino, McNabb can be seen still celebrating his retirement ceremony, and according to the individual who sent in the video, McNabb was hammered drunk.
McNabb keeps the screaming and terrible speech streak going at Harrahs last night around 1am.
Short video attached.
He was hammered drunk, saying “I want everybody right now throw that five in the air, what I gave you was from my heart” and just tripping over his words. I could barely understand him being there in person. He was then seen leaving barely able to walk with two guys holding him up.
Hey at least he had sense enough to hire a driver.
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