McNabb calls doubts about his work ethic "crazy"

A correspondent for the NFL Network reports Donovan McNabb was benched partly because of tardiness to meetings and practices and a general failure to put in the necessary work. McNabb calls it crazy talk.
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A correspondent for the NFL Network reports Donovan McNabb was benched partly because of tardiness to meetings and practices and a general failure to put in the necessary work. McNabb calls it crazy talk.

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