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Reid says McNabb can still play

While Donovan McNabb is losing weight and hoping to get a call from an NFL team, his former coach Andy Reid is encouraging teams to make that call. In an interview with NFL Network, Reid says McNabb can still play and he would "highly recommend" him to other teams.
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While Donovan McNabb is losing weight and hoping to get a call from an NFL team, his former coach Andy Reid is encouraging teams to make that call. In an interview with NFL Network, Reid says McNabb can still play and he would "highly recommend" him to other teams.

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