Is Donovan McNabb Satisfied with the Philadelphia Eagles' Offseason Moves?

Ralph MaloneyContributor IMarch 28, 2009

GLENDALE, AZ - JANUARY 18:  Quarterback Donovan McNabb #5 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on in the second quarter during the NFC championship game against the Arizona Cardinals on January 18, 2009 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Last we heard McNabb was going to wait and see what the Eagles do to improve the Philadelphia Eagles. I for one am getting a little curious about what McNabb thinks thus far about the off season moves or in some opinions non-moves.

On one side the Eagles added a monster tackle with unlimited potential in Stacy Andrews. The Eagles have also addressed the lack of a true fullback that has been a big gap on this team for years.

In my opinion Weaver adds a new dimension to this team and really can cause match-up problems with Weaver and Westbrook being receiving threats; add another back thru the draft that can receive and spell Westbrook and the offense has pretty good options in backfield.

The Eagles have also added Sean Jones and Rashard Barksdale to address the safety gap left by Brian Dawkins leaving( possibly the most loved Eagle of all time).

Do these moves and adding another tackle, another rb and an additional te through the draft satisfy McNabb?

Possibly, but I still think McNabb would like the Eagles to add a big physical wr that can free up the field for Curtis and D-Jack. Pettigrew and Celek at te could possibly help there also.

But the lack of not hearing from McNabb makes me wonder where his head is at about what the Eagles Front Office has done thus far.

Does McNabb want to sign extension if the Eagles only add pieces from draft the rest of the off season or did McNabb put the extension out there as a way to get away from Philly ands the fans that do not appreciate what he has done for the organization for the last ten years?