Donovan McNabb is one of the most beloved Philadelphia Eagles of all time, no doubt about it. Five NFC title games and one trip to the Superbowl were the highlights of one fantastic decade of football for McNabb in Philly.
This past season was a disaster for McNabb. He was traded to the Redskins on Easter Sunday in 2010. He won his first start in a Week 1 upset of the Dallas Cowboys, but he only went downhill from there. He was replaced in the final two minutes against the Detroit Lions because of "cardio vascular issues" by Redskins coach Mike Shanahan. He was eventually replaced as the starter and demoted to third string by the end of the season. As an Eagles fan, you couldn't help but feel bad for the guy.
McNabb went from Eagles great, to division rival and now to player Eagles fan are probably ready to root for again. Last week McNabb spent time with current Eagles' players working out. Is it actually possible that McNabb could return to the Eagles as a backup? I wouldn't rule it out, but it isn't likely. McNabb still has plenty left in the tank and shouldn't have to be a backup in 2011.
With all that being said, instead of pondering about the future of Donnie Mac, let's look back at some of his greatest moments as an Eagle.