Donovan McNabb could be job hunting soon. Washington coaches Mike and Kyle Shanahan have made it clear that McNabb is not the QB they're looking for to run the Redskins offense.
While Shanny squared has been questionable in the way they've handled the situation, it isn't a surprise they want a new quarterback. McNabb's passer rating isn't in the top 25 this season, and he has struggled against the blitz.
With the recent actions, Bodog has released their opening odds for what McNabb will be doing next year (used in this slide show).
We still don't know whether McNabb will be a free agent or moved through a trade, though, which will have a major impact on where he will go.
When Washington and McNabb agreed to a five-year, $70 million extension there was an interesting caveat included. If the Skins cut or trade McNabb after the 2010 season, they will only owe him $3.75 million.
You can read the full contract details here, but basically they built the contract with a one-year warranty in place.
If you were a betting man, where would you place your money on McNabb's next destination?
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