McNabb Wants To Discuss His Contract This Offseason

The Philadelphia Daily News reports Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb said Friday, Jan. 30, that he does want to discuss his contract when he sits down with management in the offseason. Team president Joe Banner said earlier that the team has not heard anything about McNabb’s contract from McNabb or his agent, Fletcher Smith. McNabb suggested this would not be news to the team and added, “Everybody knows that. You guys know that, and you talk about it. We’ll just leave it behind closed doors, communication will go well, we’ll hopefully get things solved.” McNabb currently has two more years left on his contract, but a new deal would lower his salary cap number of $9.2 million next season. McNabb insists that he wants to retire an Eagle but with the right contract.