After only a year into a five-year contract, the Washington Redskins have traded quarterback Donovan McNabb to the Minnesota Vikings last night for a sixth round draft pick in 2012 and 2013. McNabb’s $78 million contract with the Redskins was restructured because the terms he signed for in DC exceed the Vikings’ salary cap. But at this point, McNabb’s experience under Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan was so unpleasant he’s more than willing to play for less money.
I mean even Rush Limbaugh felt sorry for him.
McNabb, who turns 35 in November, has something to prove. Perhaps he will find greater warmth within the frigid air of the Twin Cities than he did in the Beltway.
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