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.
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.