One of the most successful and prolific quarterback-head coach combinations in Philadelphia Eagles franchise history is reuniting this Sunday.
It turns out that Eagles all-time passing leader Donovan McNabb, who is now a sports analyst at Fox Sports 1, will be on the call as part of the Fox broadcast team during this week's St. Louis Rams-Kansas City Chiefs game. Former Eagles head coach Andy Reid, who earned a record of 130-93-1 during his tenure with Philadelphia, is now obviously the man in charge in Kansas City.
Your Fox broadcast crew for Rams-Chiefs: Dick Stockton, @donovanjmcnabb & Kristina Pink— Casey Pearce (@ccpearce) October 21, 2014
From what I can tell, this will be McNabb's first experience calling a live game. It was announced in August that McNabb would be one of three rotating players (along with Brady Quinn and Kirk Morrison) to call games on FOX with long-time play-by-by announcer Dick Stockton.
So if you have some time to kill before the Eagles-Cardinals game this week (4:05 PM EST start time), you can check out a pair of former Eagles greats in action during the Chiefs-Rams game (1:00 PM EST start).