Donovan McNabb is not exactly making any friends around Philadelphia.
By the time McNabb retired from the NFL, he was viewed as a legend in Philly, despite never winning the Super Bowl. His legend status has taken quite the hit over the last few days after the former all-pro QB suggested that the franchise should think about moving on from Carson Wentz if he does not get the team to the NFC Championship within the next two years.
Right tackle and guy who protects him on the field, Lane Johnson would soon take to Twitter and rip into McNabb for those comments:
If that wasn’t bad enough, former Eagles wide receiver Freddie Mitchell also decided to chime in on the situation and he threw his shots on McNabb and what he did to his career oh so long ago.
Freddie Mitchell might not be a name most NFL fans know, but he is most remembered as the WR who caught that infamous 4th-and-26th pass against the Green Bay Packers in the 03-04 Divisional playoffs.
McNabb heard the noise from both of the players and responded like so:
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