Donovan McNabb to retire a Philadelphia Eagle
Donovan McNabb will retire as a Philadelphia Eagle, he said Monday night.
The controversial quarterback, who also played for the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins during his 12-year career, will sign a one-day contract with the Eagles, McNabb said on his NBC Sports Radio show.
McNabb will most likely be honored during the much anticipated Week-3 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs when long-time Eagle coach Andy Reid returns to Philadelphia.
McNabb led the Eagles to five NFL championship games and a losing-effort in the 2005 Super Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla.