McNabb still owes Kluwe some publicity

Remember when Chris Kluwe sold Donovan McNabb his No. 5 jersey? It happened before the season started. McNabb's part of the deal was to donate $5,000 to a charity, buy Kluwe an ice cream cone, and give Kluwe's band Tripping Icarus five mentions while speaking to the media. Kluwe says McNabb only mentioned the band twice.
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Remember when Chris Kluwe sold Donovan McNabb his No. 5 jersey? It happened before the season started. McNabb's part of the deal was to donate $5,000 to a charity, buy Kluwe an ice cream cone, and give Kluwe's band Tripping Icarus five mentions while speaking to the media. Kluwe says McNabb only mentioned the band twice.

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