Donovan dresses up as Santa Clause and passes out presents to unfortunate children in Philadelphia schools around Christmas-time.
McNabb was lost for the season again in week 11 of the 2006 season with a torn ACL.
He is 6'2" tall
Mcnabb had previously weighed 225 pounds but since 2004 he has bulked up and is now listed at 240 pounds.
Under Mcnabb, the Eagles are the winningest NFL team since the 2000 season.
When McNabb was at Syracuse, his favorite target was former Browns' receiver Kevin Johnson.
He led all QBs in passing yards in 2005 before he underwent season ending surgery to repair a sports hernia.
McNabb led all QBs in rushing yards during the 2000 season.
Five quarterbacks were drafted in 1999 in the first round. Tim Couch, McNabb, Akili Smith, Cade McNown, and Daunte Culpepper. Couch, Smith, and McNown are all out of football. Culpepper is a back-up who was injured last season. McNabb? He is just a five time pro bowler.
When McNabb was drafted in 1999, the fans booed him because they had wanted the Eagles to select Ricky Williams.
Donovan Mcnabb led the Philadelphia Eagles to the Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004
He was runner-up in the NFL MVP voting in 2000.
He completed a career high 64% of his passes in 2004.
He rushed for a career high six touchdowns in 2000, and again in 2002.
He passed for a career high 3875 yards in 2004.
He passed for a career high 31 touchdowns in 2004.
He has two dogs, Sinbad and Diego.
He has a wife, Raquel, and a daughter, Alexis.
He went to college at Syracuse University.
He has been voted to the Pro Bowl four times.
He founded the Donovan McNabb Foundation.
He frequentely appears in Campbell's Soup commercials.
He led the Philadelphia Eagles to four-straight NFC Championship Games, an NFL record.
He has his own website.
He holds the NFL record for passes completed in a row. (24)
He is on the cover of the video game Madden NFL 2006.
He has the lowest career interception percentage in NFL history among quarterbacks with at least 1,500 passes. (2.24%)
He has the highest win percentage among active NFL quarterbacks with at least 80 starts. (68.2%)
He was the NFC Player of the Month in September, 2005.
He threw the longest pass of his career on October 30th, 2005, to Terrell Owens against the Denver Broncos.
He was drafted second overall in the 1999 NFL draft by the Philadelphia Eagles.
Donovan McNabb: This is a time to get better and we try to use this preseason as kind of a stepping stone to take short steps to be ready by the time the season comes around.
Donovan McNabb: Whatever happened in the past, hopefully it's over.