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Free Agent QB Donovan McNabb Is Sure He'll Be On A Roster In 2012
Donovan McNabb has passed for 37,276 yards with 234 touchdowns, he's been to six Pro Bowls, most recently in 2009, and has led teams to six division titles and five conference championship games. Yet, he's not one of the 133 quarterbacks on current NFL rosters, which allow for up to 90 players. McNabb has reportedly dropped 20 pounds this offseason. The 35-year-old has expressed a desire to continue his playing career. On Thursday night, the third overall pick of the 1999 NFL Draft told NBC SportsTalk that there's an 80-to-90 percent chance he'll be on an NFL roster at the start of the 2012 regular season. "I have about three teams that I'm looking at," McNabb said. "I think teams are looking at what they have. They're evaluating their young quarterbacks, their backup situation," McNabb said. "Obviously, their starters they feel very confident in, but if things were to go wrong in training camp, or maybe the competition isn't where they need it to be, they'll obviously pick up the phone and call."
Ken Walter will hold, Lonnie Paxton will snap, angle to the far side to Vinatieri's right...snap, ball down, kick is on the way and it's...GOOD!!! IT'S GOOD!!!! IT'S GOOD!!!! IT'S GOOD!!!!... ADAM VINATIERI, BOOMS A 48 YARD FIELDGOAL, AND THE GAME IS OVER, AND THE PATRIOTS ARE SUPERBOWL CHAMPIONS...THE PATRIOTS ARE SUPERBOWL CHAMPIONS!!!! - Patriots announcer Gil Santos' call as the Patriots won Superbowl XXXVI on 104.1 WBCN
"Why don't you go curb stomp a baby while you're at it."