Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was recently released from jail after serving a brief sentence for DUI in Arizona, reports say.

McNabb served 18 days in jail in Arizona for rear-ending another car while it was waiting at a red light, and was released Friday, BleacherReport.com reported.

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McNabb reportedly admitted that he had left a sports bar before the incident, and was found to have had a blood-alcohol level of .17 at the time of the collision.

The car McNabb rear-ended was being driven by the wife of a police officer from Gila River, the AP reported. No injuries were reported. 

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McNabb is ordered to serve 72 days of house arrest, and must complete 30 hours of community service.

McNabb, whose No. 5 jersey number was retired by the Eagles in September 2013, played a little more than 11 seasons in the NFL, including stints with the Washington Redskins and Minnesota Vikings.