HIGHLIGHTS


Donovan McNabb joined the NFL in 1999 when the Philadelphia Eagles made him the 2nd overall selection in the NFL Draft. Since that time, Donovan helped restore Philadelphia to a proud franchise and has rewritten the Eagles record book. His contributions to the franchise on the field as a leader and offensive triggerman, propelled the Eagles to one of the best records in the NFL overall, the best record in the conference, five NFC Championship Games and a Super Bowl berth. 

OTHER NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

  • Ranks 1st on the Eagles all-time postseason list for wins as a starter (9), completions (341), attempts (577), passing yards (3,752) and TD passes (24).

  • Also ranks 3rd all-time in postseason rushing yards (422) and tied for 2nd in rushing TDs (4).

  • Became the 4th-fastest QB in NFL history to reach the 50-win plateau in just 71 starts, (vs. Bal. 10/31/04).

  • Became the first player in NFL history to finish a season with 30+ TD passes (31) and fewer than 10 INTs (8) in 2004.

  • In 2006, became first NFL QB to amass 1,500+ yards and 10+ TDs in the season’s first five games.

HONOR ROLL:

  • NFC Pro Bowl squad - 2001-05 and 2010 (starter in 2005; did not play in 2004 due to injury)

  • Voted by his teammates Eagles Offensive MVP - 2000-01, 2003-04

  • NFL Man of the Year finalist - 2003, 2005

  • Named NFL Player of the Year by CBS Radio - 2000

  • Named NFL Player of the Year by the Terry (Bradshaw) Awards on Fox Sports - 2000

  • Named NFC Offensive Player of the Year by Kansas City Touchdown Club - 2004

  • Named NFC Offensive Player of the Year by CBS Radio - 2004

  • Finished 2nd in the Associated Press MVP voting (24-11) to St. Louis RB Marshall Faulk - 2000

  • Four-time NFC Offensive Player of the Month -  September 2002; November 2003; September 2004; September 2005

  • Three-time NFL Offensive Player of the Week -  1/19/02 at Chi. (NFC Divisional Playoff game) 1/11/04 vs. GB (NFC Divisional Playoff game) 1/16/05 vs. Min. (NFC Divisional Playoff game)

  • Five-time NFC Offensive Player of the Week -  11/26/00 at Was.; 12/10/00 at Cle.; 9/22/02 vs. Dal.; 11/16/03 vs. NYG; 12/5/04 vs. GB

  • Earned All-Pro by CBSSportsline.com - 2003

  • Howie Long Tough Guy Team - 2003

  • Named to the All-Madden team – 2000

  • Philadelphia Hall of Fame - 2019