About 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 appearance in 24 years. Donovan McNabb was selected to six Pro Bowls, was twice named a finalist for the NFL’s Man of the Year Award and finished second in the MVP voting following the 2000 season. An iconic player and one of the most impactful in Eagles’ franchise history, Donovan McNabb was named to the club’s 75th Anniversary Team and was immortalized at a halftime ceremony in September 2013, when the organization retired his No. 5 jersey. Before his NFL career, Donovan McNabb attended Syracuse University and holds school records for career touchdown passes and yards gained. He earned All-Big East honors all four seasons of his collegiate career and was named the league's Offensive Player of the Year three times. Donovan McNabb was recognized as the Big East's Offensive Player of the Decade for the 1990s and received the honor of having #5 jersey number retired by the University in 2013.
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