Donovan McNabb will call some NFL games in 2014.
Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb talks about current Eagles current quarterback Nick Foles, saying he should “just be ready for the boos.”
Chris covers the US Patent Office canceling the Washington Redskins trademarks, the latest in the Lois Lerner email scandal, and Louisiana Bobby Jindal ending the state’s participation in Common Core. He also talks to comedian Bobby Lee, who will be performing at Helium Comedy Club this weekend.
McNabb was pulled over for speeding on December 15th, 2013 in Maricopa County, Arizona, and subsequently charged with DUI.
Tuesday is the Phillies home opener at Citizens Bank and this week marks the ten years anniversary of Philadelphia’s favorite sports venue, Citizens Bank Park, as voted on by fans during today’s Audio Roadshow poll question.
Though his time here was short, and ended poorly, Terrell Owens was probably the most popular athlete in the city at his peak. To this day, a good percentage of fans take Owens’ side in the TO vs. Donovan McNabb fiasco that was ultimately the cherry on top of the star wide receiver’s undoing with the Eagles.
As 2013 draws to a close, let’s take a look back at the top 10 figures in the sporting world who would have been far better off avoiding Twitter, taking the high road, or playing the quiet game
Donovan McNabb will be remembered for many things he did (and didn’t do) during his NFL career. He’ll be remembered as the best quarterback of all time (so far), for his failure to win a Super Bowl, for his air guitar prowess, and for not knowing there were ties in NFL football games
In the wake of Jimmie Johnson securing his 6th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, Donovan McNabb expressed his belief that NASCAR drivers are not true athletes. Is he out of line, or is this type of racing in no way a sport?
Donovan McNabb takes offense at Shawn Andrews’ bullying claims.
Put this one in the category of, “things that might make the internet break in Philadelphia.”
The game itself, as it turned out, was a less than optimal setting for Donovan McNabb’s retirement ceremony during halftime of Thursday night’s Eagles loss to the Chiefs. But the loss didn’t make the night any less special for McNabb.
Andy Reid returned to Lincoln Financial Field last night, and brought the 2012 Eagles with him.
As for Donovan McNabb, the consensus seems to be that he deserves to have his number retired.
Chip Kelly has only been a head coach in the NFL for two games, but Donvovan McNabb has seen enough.