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Donovan McNabb signs on as NFL Network broadcaster

Ex-Viking quarterback Donovan McNabb returns to the NFL off the field as an analyst for the NFL Network show "Playbook."
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Donovan McNabb is returning to football...this time off the field. TMZ.com reports the former Minnesota Viking has signed on to join the NFL Network as a broadcaster for "Playbook."

McNabb is one of four former players to join the network. NFL.com says LaDainian Tomlinson, Darren Sharper and Shaun O'Hara have also been added to the broadcast team.

"Playbook" airs Friday at 7 p.m. CST (NFC edition) and 8 p.m. CST (AFC edition) on the NFL Network.

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