Eagles decide McNabb's time is up

Originally Published: April 5, 2010
By Sal Paolantonio | ESPN

PHILADELPHIA -- In 2000, Donovan McNabb's first full season as the Eagles' starting quarterback, the Philadelphia front office added a 23-year-old Fordham Law School graduate named Howie Roseman to be the salary-cap staff counsel.

On Jan. 29, Roseman -- after a decade of various promotions -- received the ultimate prize. He was named the team's general manager. His first order of business: Persuade head coach Andy Reid to trade McNabb.

Reid, who had formed a special bond with McNabb, ...

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