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Report: McNabb gets a year, $5M

Donovan McNabb may be replacing Brett Favre as the new Minnesota Vikings quarterback, but they don’t have much in common.

Donovan McNabb may be replacing Brett Favre as the new Minnesota Vikings quarterback, but they don’t have much in common.

Favre is a surefire Hall of Famer. McNabb? Not so much.

Favre holds a ton of NFL?records. McNabb does not.

Favre won a Super Bowl. McNabb fell short in that regard.

The latest difference is their contracts. McNabb’s new contract with the Vikings is a one-year, $5.05 million deal, as compared to the $16 million Favre made last season. The terms of McNabb’s contract are according to a report by 1500 ESPN Twins Cities radio in Minnesota.

In 2002, McNabb signed a 12-year, $115 million contract, including a $20.5 million signing bonus, with the Eagles.

The Eagles traded McNabb to Washington in 2010. Last week, the Redskins traded McNabb to the Vikings after just one year in D.C.

 
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