It makes sense that the Eagles might agree to at least guarantee some of the more than $19 million they are scheduled to pay Donovan Mcnabb over the next 2 years, and perhaps even boost that total .While the Eagles might not be ready to commit to McNabb at a huge figure beyond 2010, they certainly expect him to start (and, they hope, lead them to the Super Bowl) this season. If McNabb stays healthy and the offense is productive, there's no reason to think that won't be the case in 2010, as well. Clearly, the contract McNabb signed in 2002 is outdated, even more than the deal disgruntled cornerback Sheldon Brown signed 2 years later. (And McNabb has half the time remaining on his deal that Brown does, since the rest of McNabb's reported 12-year deal voids if he is on the roster at the end of 2010.)
McNabb getting a do-over?
Filed Under: 2010, Preseason