Is McNabb Being Traded?

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There's a chance that Eagles QB Donovan McNabb will leave the team this offseason; his name keeps popping up in trade talks. But the Denver Post reports that McNabb won't be a Bronco, at least. "Now comes an ESPN report that the Broncos are among a handful of teams the Philadelphia Eagles have talked to about veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb. It figures to be one of many trips through the rumor mill for the Broncos in coming weeks. But two Broncos sources emphatically said there is "no truth" to reports describing Denver as a possible landing spot for McNabb. Unless the Broncos, Eagles coach Andy Reid and McNabb are fibbing, McNabb figures to be in Philadelphia one more season. Reid already has said McNabb is his starting quarterback for 2010 and McNabb said last week in Miami he would be with the Eagles in the 2010 season. Many in the league expect the Eagles to keep McNabb unless some team blows them away with an offer that includes a first-round draft pick or the equivalent — a pricey endeavor for a quarterback who turns 34 on Nov. 25 and has only a year left on his contract."

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1. Anonymous said... on Feb 11, 2010 at 10:54AM

“Good riddance. Never liked him anyway!”

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2. Anonymous said... on Feb 11, 2010 at 07:18PM

“He needs to go. He has done nothing for the eagles except chock under pressure. They need to put someone in there that can get the job done. No wonder everyone is going to other teams cause McNabb cant get the eagles where they work so hard to try to get.”

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3. Russell G. Richardson said... on Feb 11, 2010 at 08:00PM

“Donnie is a hell of a good guy better than most Black NFL players. No tatoos, no women, no drinking to excess. However, he is not a championship QB. He has no touch, he takes too long to deliver the ball, and he is not a student ot the game. He is univolved on the sideline, unlike the championship QB's of Brady, Brees, and P.Manning. He makes few adjustmets at the line of scrimmage and only executes the called play rarely does he change it.”

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4. Mike Jersey Shore said... on Feb 11, 2010 at 10:30PM

“We can only hope!! What amazes me is despite screwing up again he still has that cocky attitude , Oh I'll be back in Philly". Take your chunky soup and leave!!!! I really can't stand him. I was one of those that booed on draft day. While your at it, take Spadaro with you. That friggin moron. He should be tied down and let the fans spit on him like he spit on the Dallas star.”

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5. Anonymous said... on Feb 11, 2010 at 11:16PM

“Russell G. Richardson, u are a racists! All races drink and have tatoos, it has nothing with him being black. And just because you don't win the superbowl doesn't mean your not a student of the game you idiot!”

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6. Jerry said... on Feb 12, 2010 at 07:35AM

“I get the feeling that too many blacks take a criticism of one black person as a criticism of all. There is no reason to feel compelled to justify anything based on race commonality. If you criticize a black man, you are labeled a "Hater” or “racist" which is a branding iron that has become the exclusive property of African-Americans, that they apply, at their discretion, to any critic who challenges their motives or actions. It is used to smear adversaries and silence them.”

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7. Ridelights said... on Feb 12, 2010 at 06:12PM

“NO !!!!! Philly, PLEASE KEEP McNabb......

This message brought to you by Cowboy fans everywhere”

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8. Krunch said... on Feb 17, 2010 at 12:34PM

“Choke comes in all colors. He's been throwing up on the sidelines when he was under pressure since his college days. His talent has kept him in a paycheck but he is not a superbowl winner, he doesn't have the belly for that kind of pressure and proved it when we went to the superbowl last time.”

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9. KStud said... on Mar 26, 2010 at 12:03PM

“Jerry read Mr. richardson's statement again, if that's not a racist statement then I don't know what is.
His statement should have went, Donnie is better than most Nfl players, being black should have nothing to do with it.”


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