Donovan McNabb to call NFL games for Fox

Donovan McNabb to call NFL games for Fox

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August 6, 2014, 2:30 pm
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The Eagles retired Donovan McNabb's No. 5 before a game against the Kansas City Chiefs last season. (AP)

NEW YORK -- Retired quarterback Donovan McNabb will call some NFL games for Fox this season.

McNabb will rotate with former NFL and Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn and longtime linebacker Kirk Morrison as a color commentator alongside play-by-play announcer Dick Stockton.

McNabb has worked as an analyst for Fox Sports 1 since the network launched a year ago. The second pick in the 1999 draft, McNabb played 13 NFL seasons. He led the Philadelphia Eagles to four straight NFC championship games and one Super Bowl.

Fox also announced Wednesday that recently retired New York Giants offensive lineman David Diehl will call games with Thom Brennaman, replacing Brian Billick. Longtime defensive back Ronde Barber takes over for Tim Ryan as the analyst paired with Chris Myers. Barber worked with Stockton last season.

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