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Time Out: Donovan McNabb’s New Deal Isn’t “Financial Apology,” Just Good Faith

Published by on June 12, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

The Philly and national media alike are calling the reworking of Donovan McNabb's deal a "financial apology."

Apparently a "financial apology" is that the Eagles are giving McNabb more money in order to say that they're sorry for him being benched Week 12 against Baltimore. This would also explain why he's not receiving an extension on top of the two years.

Anyone who has been an Eagles fan for more than five minutes knows that this is lunacy at its highest level. I don't mean that the front office or the Eagles organization is crazy, but anyone who believes that is crazy.

Of any team in the league, the Eagles are probably the least likely to hand out "financial apologies" to a player simply because they ...

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