Michael Lombardi is a former football executive with the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, and Cleveland Browns; now he writes a football column for his good buddy Bill Simmons’s website The Ringer. If you would like to know why he failed in the former career, look no further than the article…
Back in late June, former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested in Gilbert, Az. after he rear-ended another car at a stoplight. Yesterday he received his sentence from the case and will have to serve 18 days in an Arizona jail.
Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested for DUI just before midnight on June 28 after rear-ending another car at a stoplight in Gilbert, Ariz., according to a statement from the Gilbert Police Department.
How bad are things in D.C.? Here's a sports radio caller demanding that Washington sign Donovan McNabb.
The Maricopa County (Ariz.) sheriff's office today released this mug shot of former NFL player Donovan McNabb...and absolutely zero details. Which is a pretty fucking weird thing to do, even in the land of Joe Arapaio.
Retired NFL star Donovan McNabb recently found himself bombarded with criticism from racing drivers and fans alike after he claimed on Fox Sports Live that drivers aren't really athletes. OppositeLock's Phathead argues instead that drivers are actually more impressive, for their sport is vastly more dangerous.
Offensive lineman Shawn Andrews spent all but one season of his NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles, and according to him, the locker room atmosphere was absolutely horrible. Andrews says that then-quarterback (and current awful Twitter user) Donovan McNabb was disrespectful and constantly demanded attention.
I spent three years in the mid-aughts living in Wilmington, Del., i.e. the Hoboken of Philadelphia. From 2003 to 2006 I got to watch the Philadelphia Eagles in lieu of spending my autumn Sundays watching the season break somewhere inside Chad Pennington's upper body. It was a great time to be on the inside of…
NFL Network analyst Donovan McNabb has tweeted two and only two things since Aaron Hernandez was arrested and charged with murder:
McNabb, the greatest QB the franchise has ever known, will sign a one-day contract to retire as an Eagle at a ceremony in Week 3. In town that week? The Chiefs, and McNabb's longtime coach Andy Reid.
Donovan McNabb, for the record, has nine career playoff wins. But seven losses. And the last of those losses, in January 2010, happened to come against the Dallas Cowboys. It was Tony Romo's only playoff win.
Donovan McNabb is the best quarterback in Eagles history—this isn't even up for discussion. Deep down, with the benefit of a little distance, people in Philadelphia realize this. And while they may not regret hounding an over-the-hill McNabb out of town, they might wish they had been a little more appreciative of the…
I'm not sure when this short little entry about Donovan McNabb was made, but in the little information section to the right (click to enlarge below) it is noted that the purpose of the blog is to serve as "a compendium of stories by @questlove, your favorite music nerd, in response to questions written by lesser…
Donovan McNabb: always keeping in shape.