Donovan Mcnabb told ESPN on Monday that he is still in pain and was not sure whether he will be back for the Eagles game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
"There is still pain," said McNabb told Paolantonio in a brief interview as he arrived for treatment Monday at the team's practice facility in South Philadelphia.
"With these rib injuries, I don't know. It's Monday. We'll see how it goes."
Eagles HC Andy Reid said Monday that backup QB Kevin Kolb will take all the first-team QB snaps in practice on Wednesday. Kolb, who had 391 yards passing with two TDs and three interceptions in the loss to the Saints, will start if McNabb cannot play.
McNabb was injured in the season opener at Carolina. He didn't practice last week and was ruled out 90 minutes before kickoff.