He’s baaa-aaaack. Sort of.
Quarterback Donovan McNabb, traded by the Eagles in 2010 and inevitably leaving the Redskins in 2011, worked out on Wednesday with some of his former Philadelphia teammates, according to our colleagues at CSNPhilly.com.
He joined roughly six Eagles on the fake grass of the Memorial Sports Complex in Marlton, N.J., after an indoor session at the Power Train facility.
“I’m just focused on working out, it’s what I do in the off-season,” McNabb told Dave Zangaro of CSNPhilly.com. “So, working with a great group of guys. [The Power Train] guys did a wonderful job of preparing those guys. So, I was just looking forward to it.”
So what about McNabb’s future?
“I’m just working out right now,” McNabb said. “As you can see, I’m in some great shape and I’m only gonna get better.”
Regardless of how good it gets, the only thing we know at this point is that McNabb won’t be playing for the Redskins — or the Eagles — in 2011. Or pretty much ever.