March 10th , 2021
How Donovan McNabb and former Black QBs hope to mold the next generation.
The recently launched QB Legacy foundation seeks to break barriers at the game’s most important position
January 27th, 2021
During his highly productive NFL career, which included five NFC championship game appearances for the Philadelphia Eagles and a memorable Super Bowl XXXIX duel with Tom Brady, Donovan McNabb had a knack for blocking out the noise. From being booed on draft day to getting stigmatized by Rush Limbaugh to being one of the league’s first prominent black quarterbacks, McNabb never had it easy--but he maintained a healthy perspective and did a whole lot of smiling. In this spirited conversation with a journalist who witnessed a lot of it (and his impressionable daughter), McNabb reflects on his journey and looks ahead to Super Bowl LV, as his former coach, Andy Reid, tries to win a second consecutive Lombardi Trophy. McNabb also voices strong opinions about Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, Chiefs offensive coordinator (and head coaching candidate) Eric Bieniemy and 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan.
September 21st, 2020
Caleb Pressley sat down with Donovan Mcnabb to find out the truth behind the Campbell's Chunky soup ads for the Sundae Conversation in the Barstool Sports Pro Football Football
June 18th, 2020
Kevin Hart gets his second cold caller and it's none other than living legend, Donovan McNabb. Donovan shows off his office floor made of jerseys and discusses the pressure and what really went on during his time with the Eagles.
Mcnabb has teamed up with the American Diabetes Association to help Type 1 diabetic children to get in the game! Every child deserves the chance to get in the game, but more than 200,000 American children are sidelined with type 1 diabetes. Kid-stuff like, sports, sleepovers, and camp just aren't possible. That is why the American Diabetes Association’s Camp AZDA is a game-changer!
February 5th, 2021
The Zone talks Chiefs and Bucs on a busy Super Bowl Red Friday Edition with ESPN's NFL Live Mina Kimes, Chiefs Insider Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com and former NFL QB Donovan McNabb.
November 15th, 2020
Donovan McNabb played 13 years in the NFL and was the first NFL quarterback ever to throw for more than 30 touchdowns and fewer than 10 interceptions in a season. He's best known for his time with the Philadelphia Eagles where he was a 6-time Pro Bowler, but he also played for the Washington Redskins and the Minnesota Vikings. We talk about how he started to make the transition to life after football after just a few seasons in the league.
September 17th, 2020
Former NFL star Donovan McNabb does a deep dive into the return of the Big Ten and why it needs to follow the path set by the NBA if it hopes to continue play during a pandemic.
July 23rd, 2020
Pat and Donovan chat about his time in Philadelphia and the different things he looks back on and wishes he could change during his career with the Eagles, what he's been up to lately, his thoughts on the Eagles QB situation and his relationship with Andy Reid.
June 29th, 2020
Trailblazing philanthropist Donovan McNabb is a focused and poised gentleman with a heart so big you can feel his positive energy from wherever you are. Did you know Donovan was one of the first black men in the NFL to fight for equal pay among black quarterbacks?
March, 20th, 2020
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb worked with ex-Wildcat QB Khalil Tate in recent months. In the sessions in the Phoenix area, they focused on footwork, balance, timing, tempo and recognizing coverages.
December, 11, 2019
Donovan McNabb spoke with his wife, Founder of Caris Sports Foundation, Raquel McNabb, on the importance of leveling the playing field for youth sports and what the Caris Sports Foundation is doing to help make a difference!
The McNabb family visited the Arizona ChildHelp location for a meet and greet with the staff who care for the thousands of children who stay there. The McNabb's are passionate about supporting Childhelp and what they do for child abuse prevention and treatment organizations.
December 17th, 2020
CHICAGO - Retired NFL quarterback and Chicago-native Donovan McNabb is calling on Chicagoans to step up and help others during this unusual holiday season.
"If we were on the other side, we would want someone to do this for us," he told FOX 32.
May 14th, 2020
Chicago native Donovan McNabb lives in Arizona but his hometown is always on his mind. Wednesday the 6-time Pro Bowler donated pizza and kids activity books to the Salvation Army in Englewood.
McNabb has made it his mission to support all youth for success in life especially through all kinds of sports. Jasmin is the first Chicagoan ever to be accepted into the world-renown Kibbutz Dance Company in Israel and was tasked with raising $15,000 for tuition. $2,500 short of meeting her goal, in stepped Chicago-native Donovan McNabb – he surprised Jasmin via video message to offer encouragement and sponsor the remainder of the funds needed for the opportunity at Kibbutz Dance Company.
December, 08, 2019
Donovan McNabb Foundation put on their annual Christmas party for the mothers and children at a local women's shelter. They donate toys for the kids and gifts for the kids to pick out and wrap for their moms.
Nov. 1, 2019
Donovan Mcnabb and his family returned to the Virtua Voorhees McNabb Family Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) with their children who were all born at this same nicu. They returned there to visit and thank the nurses and doctors!