McNabb Meets With Eagles, Asks for Better Offense: ESPN - NBC 10 Philadelphia

McNabb Meets With Eagles, Asks for Better Offense: ESPN

ESPN reporting McNabb would ask to be traded if moves aren't made

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    The rumors are swirling around Donovan McNabb and an alleged meeting with the Eagles front office. ESPN says the QB did meet with management and told them he wanted to be traded if they don't bring more weapons onto the offense.

    The Eagles off-season is about to get very interesting.

    ESPN is reporting that Donovan McNabb and his agent Fletcher Smith met with Andy Reid and Eagles president Joe Banner for several hours last Tuesday.

    They reportedly had preliminary talks about a contract extension and cleared the air on McNabb's benching in Baltimore.

    McNabb also reportedly wants the Eagles to add more weapons on offense and if that doesn't happen, he may drop his request for a new deal and ask to be traded.

    This ESPN report contradicts John Clark’s discussion with Fletcher Smith Sunday night.

    He told Clark that he hasn't met with the Eagles and looks forward to discussing Donovan's contract sometime soon.