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Donovan McNabb shedding pounds in hopes of an NFL return

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Can battles with sand dunes and against the strength of the Pacific Ocean propel Donovan McNabb back into the NFL spotlight? Perhaps…

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Albert Haynesworth Traded To Patriots

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Fresh starts continue to abound in the NFL as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Washington Redskins trade defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth to the New England Patriots for a 2013 fifth round pick. Some guys have nine lives….

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Donovan McNabb Traded To Minnesota Vikings

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No. 5 is on the move. The Washington Redskins agreed Wednesday to trade veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb to the Minnesota Vikings. Don’t get it twisted – Donovan McNabb is a star. The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t have him for 11 years as their QB for shhts and giggles.

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Donovan McNabb Thinks Twitter Is Bad, Real Bad

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There is no denying the power of social media. Some of its uses are for breaking news, campaigning for a cause, sharing helpful hints, celebrating victories, rallying around a disaster, gossip and debate. For those who use social media, it can be a way of life or a guilty pleasure. Twitter is one such medium …

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Mike Wilbon Blasts Bernard Hopkins for McNabb Comments; McNabb’s Agent Releases Statement

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Leave it to ESPN’s Mike Wilbon to speak truth to power and ignorance. This time he blew ignorance (Bernard Hopkins) out the water…. Bernard Hopkins may never live down his loathsome comments about Donovan McNabb. It was an embarrassing moment that has tarnished the boxer’s reputation.

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Bernard Hopkins Questions Donovan McNabb’s Blackness

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Why do you think McNabb felt he was betrayed? Because McNabb is the guy in the house, while everybody else is on the field,” Hopkins told the newspaper. “He’s the one who got the extra coat. The extra servings . . . He thought he was one of them.

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