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Donovan McNabb Wants To Be Released Immediately After the Season

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, December 26th, 2010
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Can’t blame McNabb for wanting to get out of DC as soon as possible.

This is the equal to a rapper coming out with a hot single in the summer, the buzz is high, but then the label didn’t market the album correctly, buried the artist, give him bad released date and then the songs on the album are average at best.

McNabb is Soulja Boy.

After the season, McNabb is planning to meet with the Redskins and ask them for his release. McNabb wants to be in a position where he can pick the place to finish his career, not have it dictated to him as was the case last season when Philadelphia traded him to Washington.

It’s highly unlikely the Redskins initially would release McNabb, not when they believe he still has some trade value. Washington would want to recoup as much as possible for the player whom they surrendered second- and fourth-round picks.

McNabb will be owed 10 million if he is traded and I can’t see any team wanting to give up draft picks and pay McNabb. He maybe an upgrade in some situations, but he isn’t going to change an awful franchise by himself.

The Redskins should release him as soon as possible, but it is more likely they will hold on to head and make him twist in the wind.

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  1. Lown says:

    If Mcnabb is Soulja Boy he should just retire now because it's over.

  2. mark says:

    I love all the defenders of a drama queen who has proven to be a poor quaterback. All the excuses, no one to throw to!!!! I always thought a quaterback could make a good reciever a like Brady this season, throwing to no bodys. A continuation of not being held accountable. Just step up like a man and admit Donovan lost his job because he stinks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. ragg says:

    Stop making dumb analogy, "This is like a rapper coming out with a hot single…." What the hell? Where did you go school?

  4. ragg says:

    What is the difference between McNabb and Carson Palmer,and Eli Manning?

  5. ragg says:

    Hey Mark,nobody's making excuses for McNabb, when he had good receivers he went to the SB. Look at Carson Palmer and Eli Manning, compare their career stats to McNabb and tell me who's a better QB, by the way Kurt Warner is a HOF QB according to the ESPN talking heads, but he has an identical career stats to Donovan, the only difference is the SB he won,look at how many HOF players they had on that team.

  6. waltbealafeld says:

    The guy just has stats, when it comes to the game under fire he's a loser wanting to blame everyone else !!!!!

  7. PatrickLA says:

    a rap analogy? Is that even music? Rap sucks, Rock rulz! When I saw a black guy wrote this, it made sense.

  8. Dave says:

    Take it from someone who lives in philly and watched the guy play for 10 years..He's got stats but when the games on the line and you need him to win it for you he will ALWAYS COME UP SMALL! He just doesnt have that dna in him to step up and win the game for you. He puked in the super bowl, and did bonehead things like say he didnt even know you could tie. He's not a leader

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