Is Donovan McNabb a Hall of Fame Quarterback?

May 14, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Donovan McNabb hasn't played in the National Football League since 2011, but after 13 NFL seasons, the six-time Pro Bowler still hadn't "officially" hung them up.
Until now, that is.
With the recent announcement that McNabb will call it quits, the discussion now turns to whether or not his career accomplishments are worthy of consideration for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
McNabb told ESPN Radio in Syracuse (via ESPN.com) that he will retire this fall as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. "I will retire as an Eagle and I look forward to that opportunity and that day," he said.
The Eagles did not confirm or deny that McNabb will end his career with the club, but according to the report, the ceremony will likely occur when former coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs visit Philadelphia in Week 3.
McNabb's departure from Philadelphia in 2010 was a fairly acrimonious one, but it makes sense for him to retire as a member of the Eagles.
After all, it's w...

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