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.