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NEW YORK, March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Donovan McNabb will throw passes to Terrell Owens again - only this time on a basketball court in the new season of Spike TV's "Pros vs.
Kevin Kolb passed for two scores and Michael Vick played in his first game since late 2006 Sunday in a 34-14 Philadelphia romp over the Kansas City Chiefs. Kolb, starting in place of the injured Donovan McNabb, completed 24-of-34 passes for 327 yards.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- "The Dr. Oz Show," the all-new daily syndicated show hosted by cardiac surgeon and health expert Dr. Mehmet Oz, is joining forces with the National Football League (NFL) as 20 moms of NFL players face off to get fit in "Dr.
The Philadelphia Eagles went through practice Wednesday without quarterback Donovan McNabb and running back Brian Westbrook. The team's top offensive players continue to recover from injuries -- McNabb a broken rib and Westbrook a slightly sprained ankle. McNabb was hurt in Philadelphia's season-opening 38-10 win over Carolina on Sept.
The New Orleans Saints bombed the Philadelphia Eagles 48-22 Sunday with Drew Brees tossing three touchdown passes, raising his total to nine in two games. Brees finished with 25 completions in 34 throws, totaling 311 yards.
Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb, who fractured a rib a week ago, was listed as inactive Sunday for the Eagles' game against the New Orleans Saints. Backup Kevin Kolb made his first NFL start in place of McNabb, who was hurt in a 38-10 win over Carolina Sept. 13.
Injuries in last week's NFL season-openers likely will cause both Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb and San Diego running back to miss Week 2. McNabb sustained a fractured rib when the Eagles routed the Carolina Panthers 37-10.
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