UPDATE, 4:30 p.m. ET: Eagles coach Andy Reid will talk about McNabb on National football league Network's National football league Total Access on Monday evening.

"I still think he is able to play," Reid stated inside a snippet of his interview. "I believe the field of him, and that we had some good years together here. I am always wanting him the very best and keen on his.

"He looks good. He looks physically good. He appears like he could get out there and play tomorrow. I'd recommend (him)."


Donovan McNabb's National football league career continues to be on the steady slide because the Philadelphia Eagles worked him following a 2009 season, McNabb's last like a Professional Bowler.

Now he's getting "to the fundamentals" and focusing on his mechanics while training with quarterback whisperer George Whitfield.

Also, he seems to stay in far better shape, though McNabb informs ESPN reviews that his conditioning ended up in recent seasons aren't always accurate.

"I am fit, dropped 15-20 pounds," he stated. "However, it isn't really about this. Because for me personally, people might have seen how strong I looked, plus they type of (assumed I had been) maybe in poor condition or whatever. However that I am lighter, people out of the blue (say), 'Well, he's fit.A I have experienced shape."

He appeared with an oil-and-vinegar relationship with Mike and Kyle Shanahan like a Washington Redskin this year and spent his final three games transporting a clipboard for Rex Grossman.

McNabb flopped for that Minnesota Vikings this year, neglecting to make an effect in six begins before giving method to rookie Christian Ponder. McNabb was granted his release last December but never locked on with a brand new club.

But apparently, also, he continues to have the fireplace to experience the overall game, even when this means no team would like to sign him like a starter at his age (35) because he is removed consecutive lower years. Yet McNabb is available to signing anywhere, nsa.

"I stay motivated regardless of what,Inch states the six-time Professional Bowler who brought the Eagles to 5 NFC Championship Game looks in the first 11 seasons.

"I am talking about basically visit NFC Titles, Professional Bowls, it does not matter. That's behind (me). And something factor I believe you need to be within this game that people call football is, you need short-term memory."

McNabb may be better offered if among the league's 32 organizations maintains the lengthy-term reminiscences of his diminishing glory days.

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