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Phil Sheridan: Phils' Halladay knows how McNabb feels | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/26/2010
Roy Halladay has been on the road that Donovan McNabb may be traveling soon. He was the face of a franchise, the subject of intense trade rumors that left him exhausted and disappointed. Finally, after 12 years, Halladay was traded from Toronto and the only organization he had known, and given the fresh start he felt he needed in Philadelphia.

Source: Rumors of Donovan McNabb's possible trade are not influencing Brett Favre - ESPN
Quarterback Brett Favre is aware Donovan McNabb would potentially be an ideal replacement for him as Minnesota's starting quarterback if Favre decides not to return in 2010, according to a prominent Vikings source.

49ers' new triggerman: No on McNabb; Alex Smith is our guy - San Jose Mercury News
Trent Baalke, the 49ers' new point man for personnel decisions, has a few things in common with predecessor Scot McCloughan. That includes strong support for incumbent quarterback Alex Smith. In his first media session since inheriting the role of the triggerman for 49ers player decisions, Baalke on Friday endorsed Smith as the starter and ruled out trying to trade for Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb.

Eagles' Trade Not Expected Until at Least Next Week

Eagles fans, take the weekend off. Stop scouring the internet for the latest trade rumors regarding your quarterbacks. Why? Because a league source has informed CSN’s Derrick Gunn that no deal is expected to happen for at least the next three to four days.

A scouting report on Brandon Jacobs - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"He runs very high, has a high center of gravity and is a massive target for his opponent to smack," Williamson writes. "Of course he initiates an awful lot of contact and never was the most agile of runners. Even for the majority of his college career at Auburn, Jacobs didn't carry the load. I am not so sure that he is equipped to be a 20-plus carries per game running back over the course of a grueling season. I fear we are witnessing the beginning of the end of his career. Backs like him just don't last."

Mailbag: McNabb fallout continues - NFC West Blog - ESPN
ESPN's Mike Sando discusses the McNabb situation.

Reports say Vikings are McNabb's first choice if Eagles trade him - TwinCities.com
f the Philadelphia Eagles trade quarterback Donovan McNabb, he would prefer it be to the Vikings, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Friday, citing sources close to the situation. And ESPN.com reported that McNabb "has told his friends for weeks" that he wants to reunite with Vikings coach Brad Childress, his former offensive coordinator in Philadelphia.