Donovan McNabb is a former NFL quarterback. Before his NFL career, he played football and basketball for Syracuse University.
McNabb played for 13 seasons, primarily with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles selected him with the second overall pick in the 1999 NFL draft. McNabb was the Eagles' starting quarterback from 1999 to 2009. During his tenure with the Eagles, he led the team to eight playoff appearances, five NFC East division championships, five NFC Championship games, and a Super Bowl XXXIX appearance. At his retirement, he also became the Eagles' all-time leader in pass attempts, pass completions, passing yards, and passing touchdowns. As of 2021, McNabb is the fourth quarterback in NFL history to amass more than 30,000 passing yards, 200 touchdown passes, 3,000 rushing yards, and 20 rushing touchdowns.
In September 2012, McNabb joined the NFL Network as an analyst. In 2013, McNabb became an analyst on Fox Sports Live, Fox Sports 1's flagship program. In August 2016, McNabb became the lead analyst for beIN Sports college football coverage, and he also joined ESPN Radio as an analyst.