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McNabb to retire as an Eagle on Monday

McNabb to retire as an Eagle on Monday

Donovan McNabb will formally retire as a Philadelphia Eagle on Monday.

McNabb was on hand at Eagles practice at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, and received a huge ovation from the fans.

Earlier in the day, the Eagles announced that McNabb will officially retire as an Eagle on Monday morning at 10am at the NovaCare Complex. 

McNabb will be joined by Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie at Monday's press conference.


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