McNabb to go into broadcasting

Sept. 4, 2012 at 3:09 PM

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- Former Philadelphia and Minnesota quarterback Donovan McNabb is pursuing a career in broadcasting, Sports Business Journal reported.

The former Philadelphia Eagles' star remains unsigned after his release last month by the Minnesota Vikings, but he is "close to agreeing to a network job," the Journal said in a Twitter posting Sunday, adding McNabb, 35, has "signed with agent Mark Lepselter for broadcast work," a reference to Lepselter's MAXX Sports & Entertainment.

The company lists McNabb as a client and identifies him as "Analyst, NFL Network," the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Tuesday.

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