Donovan McNabb Says He’s ‘Looking At’ Three Teams To Play For This Season
By Spike Eskin
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Donovan McNabb is no longer a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, and he will not be a member of the Philadelphia Eagles (much to Angelo Cataldi’s dismay). However, we have an unquenchable thirst for Donovan McNabb news around these parts, and this seems like it fits the bill.
Interviewed on NBC Sportstalk, McNabb talked about his desire to play next season. “There are about three teams that I’m looking at,” he said. “Teams will solid running games, a defense that’s been playing well, and playing well together. And that’s ready to win right now.”
Important to note that McNabb said there were three teams that he was looking at, not that were looking at him. He declined to name the teams. “I do want to play,” he said. “I think it will be between 80 and 90 percent [likely]. I’ve received some calls. Obviously they’ve seen the work that I’ve put forth.”
McNabb has reportedly lost weight, in an effort to make himself more attractive to prospective suitors. “Improving my weaknesses, and strengthening things. Strengthening my body as well as my mind, and looking forward to the opportunity,” McNabb said.
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