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July 16, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
SO NOW we're told Donovan McNabb's blood-alcohol level was twice the legal limit when he was arrested in Gilbert, Ariz., last month. This means the former Bird could become a jailbird. McNabb was involved in a non-injury collision with another vehicle on June 28. Yesterday, police said his blood-alcohol level was 0.17. The legal limit is .08. It was the second DUI arrest in Arizona for McNabb, who spent a day in jail in April 2014 for a misdemeanor DUI offense near Phoenix in December 2013.
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July 9, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
DONOVAN McNABB is facing DUI charges in Arizona for the second time in 18 months. Yesterday, after word got out about his latest arrest, the former Eagles quarterback attempted to address the situation on his weekly radio show. His explanation came up as short as one of his worm-burners. "There was a story that was released, and I want everybody to be cognizant of it, because I am very aware of it, handling the matter at this particular point," he said. "But at this point, I have no further information, and as we continue on with the situation, then we'll let it handle as it will handle itself.
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July 30, 2013 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Donovan McNabb will formally retire as an Eagle on Monday. The former Eagles quarterback will be honored at a news conference with owner Jeffrey Lurie. McNabb, 36, appeared at the Eagles' Alumni Day during Sunday's open practice at Lincoln Financial Field. McNabb was introduced to the 30,000 fans in attendance and received a standing ovation. His relationship with the team and the fans in Philadelphia was at times acrimonious, but the retirement ceremony should offer positive closure.
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December 15, 2003 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As the Eagles prepared for tonight's game against the Miami Dolphins, they went out of their way to say nice things about Ricky Williams, the running back who created a frenzy in Philadelphia without ever having played in the city. Through no fault of his own, Williams was responsible for the boos directed at Donovan McNabb on draft day in 1999. "It was like the theater of the absurd," Brad Childress, the Eagles' offensive coordinator, recalled last week. Childress had a great seat inside the Theater at Madison Square Garden that Saturday afternoon in New York when the Eagles announced that they had taken McNabb, the quarterback out of Syracuse, with the second overall pick.
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September 23, 2007 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writer
On Monday, I sat down to write a column about Donovan McNabb. The intent then was to exonerate the Eagles quarterback for last week's inept loss to Washington. As anyone who studied the game films has by now revealed, McNabb's receivers usually were bottled up like ketchup. And on the last play of a still-winnable game, Kevin Curtis dropped a potential first-down pass that was in his hands. McNabb had missed a wide-open Curtis two plays earlier, and his quarterback rating of 68.8 is 24th in the NFL. It would have been an interesting football debate.
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November 18, 2002 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Get up, Hugh Douglas said to himself. Get UP. The Eagles defensive end watched Donovan McNabb lying on the Veterans Stadium turf yesterday afternoon and could not wait to see his teammate stand up and walk off the field. "If Donovan went down, something was wrong," Douglas said after the Eagles' 38-14 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. "He doesn't stay down that long. " But when McNabb got up and walked to the sideline under his own power - a sprained right ankle, everybody was told at the time - he appeared to be OK. In fact, he returned to the game and threw four touchdown passes before leaving the game in the fourth quarter to give backup Koy Detmer mop-up duty.
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August 6, 2010
EXACTLY two years ago this week, I wrote a column about Brett Favre in which I essentially called him a crybaby. It was shortly after his Hamlet-like turn with his future in the NFL, when "to play, or not to play" became his pathetic mantra. As I said then: "There is something unseemly in the way that people like Brett Favre cling desperately to their place in the sun, refusing to give worthy successors their shot at the brass ring. " And my final jab, an attempt at humor that failed miserably with at least one fan who told me to stop writing about sports and go back to needlepoint: "Instead of walking gracefully off the field to the roar of the fans, he executed one of the worst quarterback fakes in the history of the sport.
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August 5, 2010 | By MARCUS HAYES, hayesm@phillynews.com
BETHLEHEM - Such is the magnetism of crime and rumor that, in his annual State of the Winless address, Jeffrey Lurie largely was spared a grilling on topics of real importance. Instead, the Eagles' owner spent most of yesterday's yearly press conference defending his decision to retain controversial ex-convict Michael Vick after Vick's latest indiscretion. The trade of Donovan McNabb? The rise of Kevin Kolb? The looming labor issue that could shut down the sport? The possible change in schedule that could result in 18 regular-season games?
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December 6, 2012 | By Phil Sheridan, Inquirer Columnist
The last time Andy Reid handed over his offense to a rookie quarterback, it was part of a carefully designed plan to develop Donovan McNabb into a franchise quarterback. That isn't the case as Nick Foles takes his place at the top of the depth chart. Nothing about the Eagles looks carefully designed. They have lost eight games in a row and Reid is very likely in his final season - not his first. It is not an ideal environment for a rookie quarterback. That is why Foles' fellow 2012 draftees - especially Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson - have been handled delicately by their coaching staffs.
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January 4, 2009 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Correll Buckhalter's skills as a sage analyst of his profession are a lot like his skills as an Eagles running back: seldom used and often underappreciated. With the Eagles miraculously in the postseason and favored to advance beyond today's wild-card game against the Minnesota Vikings, Buckhalter was asked New Year's Day what could possibly go wrong for his team inside the Metrodome. "A lot of people didn't think we could lose to the Redskins," Buckhalter said. "If you don't take the right approach preparing through the week, anything can happen to you on Sunday.
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