McNabb undecided on retirement plans

PHILADELPHIA — Ex-Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb said Saturday that he has not yet decided whether he will retire or not and currently is weighing his options.

McNabb, who was released by the Vikings on Dec. 1, 2011, traveled from Minnesota to Philadelphia to attend Brian Dawkinsretirement press conference. The Eagles announced that Dawkins’ No. 20 jersey will be retired on Sept. 30 when the Eagles play a Week 4 game against the Giants. McNabb’s visit to the Eagles’ team facility was his first since he left the team in a trade to the Redskins following the 2009 season.

McNabb said he would have traveled from anywhere on the map to support Dawkins’ career.

In attendance at Dawkins’ news conference were McNabb, team owner Jeffrey Lurie, coach Andy Reid, Michael Vick and multiple other players.

Rebecca Haarlow

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