McNabb likely to miss rest of week because of tendinitis

PHILADELPHIA -- Donovan McNabb sat out the Philadelphia Eagles' passing camp Tuesday with shoulder tendinitis.

The five-time Pro Bowl quarterback likely will miss the rest of the week's organized team activities.

Kevin Kolb, a second-round pick last season, worked with the first-team offense in McNabb's absence.

McNabb hasn't played an injury-free season since leading the Eagles to the Super Bowl in 2004.

He missed the final seven games in 2005 with a sports hernia; sat out the last eight games, including the playoffs, in 2006 with a torn knee ligament; and missed two games last season with a sprained ankle and injured thumb.