Kluwe still waiting for McNabb to pay up

Donovan McNabb still owes Vikings' punter Chris Kluwe a $5,000 donation to Kluwe's charity, Kick For A Cure. McNabb made a deal to wear the No. 5 jersey, which Kluwe owned before the start of the season. Kluwe, who now wears No. 4, planned on asking McNabb for the donation at the end of the season, but then McNabb was released.
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Donovan McNabb still owes Vikings' punter Chris Kluwe a $5,000 donation to Kluwe's charity, Kick For A Cure. McNabb made a deal to wear the No. 5 jersey, which Kluwe owned before the start of the season. Kluwe, who now wears No. 4, planned on asking McNabb for the donation at the end of the season, but then McNabb was released.

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