Donovan McNabb will officially retire on Monday as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Drafted to a chorus of boos at the 1999 NFL Draft, McNabb guided the Eagles to numerous playoff appearances including a spot in Super Bowl XXXIX.
Special weekend for my me. Look forward to seeing my former teammates and the current eagles. True eagles fans come out and join#bleedgreen
— Donovan McNabb (@donovanjmcnabb) July 27, 2013
McNabb was traded to the Washington Redskins in 2010.
Statistically McNabb ranks at the top of almost every passing category in franchise history.
McNabb has been trying to launch a career in broadcasting since he last played with Minnesota in 2011. He finishes his career with 37,276 yards passing, 234 touchdowns and 117 interceptions.