Donovan McNabb, born Donovan Jamal McNabb, is a former American football player. He used to be a quarterback. He was a member of the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons, primarily with the “Philadelphia Eagles.”
|Famous name:||Donovan Mc Nabb|
|Real name/Full name:||Donovan Jamal McNabb|
|Birthdate:||November 25, 1976|
|Place of birth:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Wife/spouse (name):||Raquel Nurse (d. 2003)|
|Children:||Yes (Devin James McNabb, Donovan McNabb Jr., Sariah McNabb, Alexis McNabb)|
|Profession:||Former American football quarterback|
|Net worth in 2022:||$40 million|
|Last update:||September 2022|
Donovan Mcnabb Biography
Donovan McNabb was born in Chicago, Illinois, on November 25, 1976. He graduated from Mount Carmel High School. He played with two future NFL players, Matt Cushing and Simeon Rice, during his second year there. Several universities offered her admission after completing his education.
He eventually decided to attend Syracuse University and play for the university’s Orange football team. This university was chosen because of his great interest in soccer, as well as the television journalism program he offered.
In 2002, the university named him one of the board’s youngest trustees. Donovan also played basketball at Syracuse and was a member of the NCAA Men’s Division Basketball Tournament in 1996. In April 2014, he was sentenced to one day in jail in Arizona for drinking and driving.
On June 28, 2015, he was arrested again in Arizona for driving under the influence and causing an accident. This time he was sentenced to 90 days (18 days in jail and remains under house arrest). He was also fined $6,000 and ordered to perform 30 hours of community service.
Donovan Mcnabb Age, Height, Weight
Donovan Mcnabb was born on November 25, 1976 and is 45 years old as of 2023. He is 1.88 meters tall and weighs 109 kilograms.
Donovan Mc Nabb
The “Eagles” selected Donovan Mcnabb in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft. He was the second of five quarterbacks drafted. On November 14, 1999 he made his professional debut against “Washington” on his own turf. He threw 21 passes for 60 yards and led his team to a 35-28 victory. Following this victory, he became the third Eagles rookie quarterback to win his first NFL start, joining Mike Boryla and Ty Detmer. He was also the second Eagles rookie to start at quarterback, after Brad Goebel.
Donovan was chosen as the first alternate to the NFC Pro Bowl team in 2000, behind Daunte Culpepper, Jeff Garcia and Kurt Warner. When Warner was forced to leave the game due to injury, Donovan stepped in and performed admirably. He fractured his right ankle in a game against the Arizona Cardinals in the eleventh week of the 2002 season. He led his team to the NFC championship in 2003.
Donovan’s injuries in 2005-07 were particularly upsetting for him. On October 26, 2009, he led his team to another victory over the Washington Redskins. Donovan was acquired by the Washington Redskins on April 4, 2010 and the Minnesota Vikings on July 27, 2011. Donovan announced his retirement from football on July 29, 2013.
Donovan Mcnabb Achievements and Awards
Donovan Mcnabb was the quarterback of the “Eagles” from 1999 to 2009. During this time, he led his team to five NFC East division titles (4 in a row from 2001 to 2004 and then in 2006). He also played for the “Eagles” when they won five NFC championships (four in a row from 2001 to 2004 and then in 2008). He was also the Eagles’ all-time leader in touchdown passes, passing yards, completions and pass attempts. With 3,469 career rushing yards, he ranked sixth in the NFL. He is also the first quarterback in NFL history to have 30 touchdowns and fewer than ten interceptions in the same season.
Donovan Mcnabb’s net worth in 2023
Donovan Mcnabb’s net worth is $40 million as of August 2023. This includes his home in Chandler, which is worth $850,000 alone. Most of his earnings come from his salary as a quarterback in football.
Donovan McNabb’s career as a football quarterback started off very well. He gave his all to every team he was a part of. Some injuries forced him to retire early, but up to that point he had set exceptional records. However, recent news about Donovan is extremely disturbing, as he has been accused of sexual harassment. It cost him his job at NFL Network.
Donovan Mcnabb Wife, Marriage
Donovan Mcnabb married his college sweetheart, Raquel Nurse, in June 2003. They had a daughter named Alexis in 2004 and twin sons, Sariah and Donovan Jr., in 2008. They had another son, Devin James, in 2009. The family primarily resides in two cities: Moorestown (New Jersey) and Chandler (Arizona) (Arizona).