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McNabb takes verbal jab at Shanahan

Ex-Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb appeared on ESPN2's "First Take" Thursday and was asked if he thought Robert Griffin III would do well if the Redskins draft him. McNabb said "no" because "a lot of times ego gets too involved when it comes to being in Washington." McNabb was referring to head coach Mike Shanahan.
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Ex-Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb appeared on ESPN2's "First Take" Thursday and was asked if he thought Robert Griffin III would do well if the Redskins draft him. McNabb said "no" because "a lot of times ego gets too involved when it comes to being in Washington." McNabb was referring to head coach Mike Shanahan.

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