Despite his on-the-field accomplishments, many remember the former No. 2 overall pick for his failure to win a Super Bowl and the time he vomited in the huddle in his lone Super Bowl appearance.
On his radio show on NBC Sports Radio, the 36 year old McNabb announced that he will officially retire as a Philadelphia Eagle this fall.
If everything works out, September 19th could be the day that McNabb retires as an Eagle. On that day, former Eagles head coach Andy Reid returns to Philadelphia as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. That game is also going to be broadcasted nationally as it is NFL Network's Thursday Night Football game.
Reid made McNabb his first draft pick as head coach with the Eagles. Under Reid, McNabb went 92-49-1 as a starter in Philadelphia.
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