Ex-Viking QB Donovan McNabb to retire as an Eagle

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Former Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb says he will retire as a Philadelphia Eagle this September, the Pioneer Press reports.

McNabb spent 11 years in Philadelphia, leading the Eagles to six NFC East titles, five NFC Championship Games and one Super Bowl.

He spent one year in Minnesota, 2011, where he started six games before getting benched in favor of Christian Ponder.

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