The Associated Press reports former-Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb will be the color analyst for some FOX NFL broadcasts this fall alongside Dick Stockton. McNabb will not be in the booth every week as he will split the new gig with former-Browns quarterback Brady Quinn and former-Raiders linebacker Kirk Morrison.
I know I'm not the only one hoping for an overtime game during one of his broadcasts. Plus it will get McNabb away from Twitter which is also a good thing. I don't know if McNabb will be good in his new role or not but I do know I don't want to see him on any Eagles broadcasts this season.
The 37-year-old McNabb played 11 seasons for the Eagles leading them to a 91-62-1 record that also includes nine playoff wins. He threw for 32,873 yards with 216 touchdowns and exactly 100 interceptions while completing 59% of his passes. His 32,873 yards, 216 touchdowns, 2,801 completions, and 4,746 attempts are all franchise records while his 3,469 rushing yards are sixth-best in NFL history for a quarterback.
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