Trading McNabb May Not Be So Easy for the Skins

Dan Pompei of the National Football Post reports trading Donovan McNabb may prove much more difficult for the Redskins than it was for the Eagles, as his stock has dipped considerably in a year according to front office men who have studied him.

One team official questions whether McNabb will even go to a new team with a starting job

Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said at the NFL Combine that the team plans to decide McNabb’s future after the NFL draft.


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2 Responses to “Trading McNabb May Not Be So Easy for the Skins”

  1. Beltwayboy says:

    I really hope they would be able to get something for both McNabb and Haynesworth-less, but I don’t see it happening for them and think they should cut ties and move on. It’s time to get away from all the B.S. crap and make building the football team priority #1 again. It feels like football has taken a backseat to all the off the field drama and that must change or we will be forever stuck in neutral.

  2. Usgov says:

    If the Redskuns don’t show considerable improvement in the upcoming season Shanahan and Allen will be terminated. The Redskins attendance is suffering mightily.