Ex-Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb told NFL Network’s Rebecca haarlow on Saturday that he has not yet decided whether he will retire or not and currently is weighing his options.
Donvoan McNabb, who was released by the Vikings midway through his 13th season, didn’t sound like a player who has completely walked away during an interview with “Super Bowl Live” on Wednesday.
Speculation runs rampant over where Donovan McNabb could land, but regardless of where it is, he’s not worth adding to any fantasy rosters.
From Michael Lombardi’s perspective, Donovan McNabb has plenty of job security in Minnesota.
It has been a steep fall for Vikings fans since the team’s heart-breaking loss to the Saints in NFC Championship Game two seasons ago.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi believes there’s legitimacy to the concern over the offense in Minnesota.
Donovan McNabb and the Vikings have spent the week convincing anyone who will listen that it’s not all about stats. NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi agrees.
Not everybody believes that McNabb is going to be a great fit for the Vikings. Our Adam Rank believes that you should avoid him in your drafts.
Can Donovan McNabb return to form in 2011? NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger says a humbled McNabb has a chance, if he puts in the work.
Michael Fabiano has taken a siesta, so allow me to step-in and take a look at some of the top fantasy storylines on a Wednesday.
With the locked-out NFL offseason leaving many players in various states of limbo, we haven’t heard a lot from Donovan McNabb in recent weeks. That changed Tuesday, in a rather odd way.
I still think that Donovan McNabb can still be a very effective quarterback in the right situation, but at this stage of his career I wouldn’t give him the keys to my team like the Redskins did last season.
Right or wrong, it’s widely assumed Donovan McNabb’s future won’t be in Washington. So where will he land?
Posted: Friday, February 25th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Donovan McNabb, 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, Albert Haynesworth, Cam Newton, Clinton Portis, Jake Plummer, Jay Cutler, Mike Shanahan, Santana Moss, Shaun Rogers, Trent Williams, Washington Redskins
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Friday he’ll make a decision on QB Donovan McNabb‘s future with the team following April’s NFL Draft.
Based on the latest body of work, NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots says he no longer views Donovan McNabb as a “franchise” quarterback.