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Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Donovan McNabb sure gave Fox 29 an exclusive perspective for last night's 10 O'Clock News. Talking about returning from an abdominal tear, the Eagles hurler started pulling some leg: "I don't think I'll be able to go in any of the minicamps, or training camp. I don't think I'll be able to play in the preseason. I might not be ready until the middle of the season. So I'm really looking forward to being out there maybe like Week 10, and just really going out and having fun."
Then he added: "No, I'll be ready for the first minicamp, and I'm just excited about it."
"He doesn't want to be there for that October game when T.O. comes back," quipped sportscaster Don Tollefson.