Press Release, Via CSN Philly:
McNabb Joins CSN’s Eagles Coverage Team with Former Eagles’ Brian Westbrook, Leonard Weaver, Ike Reese and Brian Baldinger.
PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 21, 2012) - Comcast SportsNet, the leader in local sports and the official cable home of the Philadelphia Eagles, welcomes former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb to the network’s Eagles coverage team. McNabb will appear every Thursday on “Daily News Live” throughout the season, starting this Thursday, Sept 27th. This is in addition to his role as a studio analyst for the NFL Network.
McNabb played 13 seasons in the NFL, 11 of those with the Eagles. He was the Eagles’ first round draft pick in 1999, and the second overall pick. With McNabb under center, the club posted 10 or more wins in 8 seasons. In addition, the Eagles went to the postseason 8 times, won the NFC East 5 times, played in 5 NFC Championship Games, and reached the Super Bowl in 2004, before losing to the New England Patriots.
McNabb, a six-time Pro Bowl QB, is considered one of the finest players in Eagles franchise history. His 4,746 pass attempts, 2,801 completions, 32,873 passing yards, and 216 TD passes are franchise records. Donovan led the club to more wins (92), postseason games (16) and postseason victories (9) than any other QB in team history.
McNabb joins former Eagles including Brian Westbrook (Daily News Live and Eagles Extra), Leonard Weaver (Eagles Pregame Live), Ike Reese (Eagles Postgame Live) and Brian Baldinger (Eagles Extra) on Comcast SportsNet’s Eagles programming. Current Eagles running back LeSean McCoy appears every Friday on “SportsNite” and answers fans questions on CSNPhilly.com.
Daily News Live
The addition of McNabb adds to a stellar lineup of former Eagles, local and national football experts, and the always enthusiastic debate with writers from the Philadelphia Daily News. Regularly scheduled guests include: Brian Westbrook, former NFL executive and NFL Network contributor Mike Lombardi, and CSNPhilly.com Eagles Insiders Ray Didinger, Geoff Mosher and columnist Reuben Frank.