Philadelphia Eagles Trade McNabb

The Philadelphia Eagles traded McNabb to the Washington Redskins for a pair of draft picks on Sunday night. The Eagles will receive a second round pick (37th overall) in this month’s NFL draft and either a third or fourth round pick next year. With three quarterbacks on the roster in McNabb, Kolb and Vick, the Eagles faced a decision on which QB to keep and which to trade. With McNabb gone Kevin Kolb, who has started two games in three seasons, becomes the starter while Michael Vick becomes backup.”This was a very tough decision,” coach Andy Reid said. “Donovan McNabb represented everything a football player could be during his 11 seasons in Philadelphia. He carried this organization to new heights and set a high standard of excellence both on and off the field. We thank him for everything he did for this football team and for this city.” For more information view the full article at espn.com. For a free insurance quote visit our website today at http://www.kimberleyvassal.com

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