In the last three seasons, quarterback Donovan McNabb has been sent packing by three different organizations: First his longtime employer, the Philadelphia Eagles, sent him off to a division rival, the Washington Redskins. The Skins went with McNabb for 13 games and then let him go off to the Minnesota Vikings, who had him appear in six games before he was released partway through last season.
McNabb isn't ready to hang up his helmet, though. The 35-year-old six-time Pro Bowler has his eye on three different NFL teams that he thinks could use his services, according to NFL.com.
"I see three teams in the NFL, right now, that I feel like I can add a little bit of flavor to it from what they have," McNabb said, according to the site. "I won't mention those teams. But, if the phone rings, there will be a lot of decisions to make on that."
In his six games with the Vikes last year, the Chicago native threw 156 passes and connected on 94 of them for 1,025 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran the ball 14 times for 59 yards and another touchdown. However, he also threw two interceptions and fumbled the ball twice as well.