Found May 19, 2013 on Eagles Eye:
Slow news day when you are left to finally contemplate Donovan McNabb's retirement... I guess I'm "tardy" in this category because I really thought McNabb had a few more campaigns in him... But Donny is hanging them up... He took us close to the pinnacle. I appreciated very much as a fan being so close. Thank you, Don, for getting us so close. So sorry his final years in the NFL were so pitiful....               Donovan McNabb plans to officially retire as an Eagle this season. McNabb, who led the team to five NFC championship games during his 12-year tenure in Philadelphia, and to the Super Bowl in 2004-05, announced his plan on ESPN Radio 97.7 FM in Syracuse, N.Y. on Monday night, and repeated it on his national show on NBC Sports Radio. "I will retire as an Eagle and I look forward to that opportunity and that day," McNabb said on his show. McNabb said that the team is making tentative pla...
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