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  2. Donovan McNabb - Wikipedia

    Donovan Jamal McNabb (born November 25, 1976) is an American former football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons, primarily with the Philadelphia Eagles. He played college football at Syracuse University and was selected second overall in the 1999 NFL Draft by the Eagles, where he spent 11 seasons.

  3. Donovan McNabb Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Draft ...

    Donovan Jamal McNabb () Position: QB Throws: Right 6-2 , 240lb (188cm, 108kg) Born: November 25 in Chicago, IL (Age: 46-105d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info 6x Pro Bowl 5 5 5 SUMMARY Career G 167 AV 138 QBrec 98-62-1 Cmp% 59.0 Yds 37276 Y/A 6.9 TD 234 Int 117 FantPt 2636.2 Donovan McNabb Overview Game Logs Career 1999 2000 2001

  4. Donovan McNabb Stats, News, Bio | ESPN

    Donovan. McNabb. Quarterback. Follow. Birthdate. 11/25/1976. College. Syracuse. Draft Info.

  5. What is Donovan McNabb doing now? -

    Numerous sources estimate that Donovan McNabb will have a $30 million net worth in 2022. He is one of the best-paid stars in the Eagles' history. Throughout his career, McNabb garnered a...

  6. Donovan McNabb Career Stats |

    Career Stats for QB Donovan McNabb The official source for NFL news, video highlights, fantasy football, game-day coverage, schedules, stats, scores and more. Skip to main content

  7. Where Is Eagles Legend Donovan McNabb Now? - Sportscasting

    Donovan McNabb has an impressive Hall of Fame case for a quarterback who only had one losing record in a season where he started at least 10 games. McNabb ended his career with a 98-62-1 record and completed 59% of his passes for 37,276 yards, 234 touchdowns, and 117 interceptions.

  8. Donovan McNabb

    Donovan McNabb played 13 seasons as an NFL quarterback, primarily with the Philadelphia Eagles. He was taken by the team with the second overall selection in the 1999 draft and went on to lead the organization to eight postseasons, including five NFC East Division championships, five NFC Championship Games and the team’s first Super Bowl ...