Donovan McNab Net Worth: Know his earnings,career,stats,team,wife,children

Donovan McNab Net Worth: Know his earnings,career,stats,team,wife,children

Facts of Donovan McNab Net Worth: Know his earnings,career,stats,team,wife,children

Net worth $35million
Date of Birth:1976 November 25
First NameDonovan Jamal
Last NameMcNabb
NationalityAmerican
Age:42 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 2 Inch

Donovan Jamal McNabb is a retired American football quarterback who has a net worth of over $35million. McNabb played in the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons primarily with Philadelphia Eagles.

Income Source of Donovan McNab 

Donovan is a highly successful player who reportedly earns $24 million even after retirement from his football career by broadcasting for Fox and the NFL network.

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Career and Achievement of Donovan McNab 

Donovan started his career from his high school, Mount Carmel. During his senior year, he led his high school team to a 1991 State Championship.

He went to the University of Nebraska but he decided to play at Syracuse for the Syracuse Orange team. McNabb started every game during his college year. He completed the longest touchdown in Syracuse’s history as a freshman- a 96- yard throw against West Virginia University. As a senior, he led his team to Orange Bowl against Florida. Mcnabb was named the biggest East’s offensive player of the year three times from 1996-98.

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Donovan was chosen as the second pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1999 NFL Draft.

On October 1, 2000, Donovan made his primetime debut on ESPN against Atlanta at home with his first 300- yard passing game in a 38-10 victory.

Donovan displayed solid performances in the 2000 – 2003 seasons and led the Eagles to the NFC championship each year.

McNabb was named one of the best quarterbacks in the league in his biggest performances in 2004. Donovan led the Eagles to their second Superbowl appearance. Donovan became injured during the years 2005 to 2007 which obstructed his career for a little while.  He started to play again in 2007 after recovering from his injuries.

Donovan played well again in 2008 leading the Eagles to yet another Playoffs appearance. He led the Eagles past the Giants on January 11, 2009, in the divisional round of the playoffs.

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McNabb joined the NFL network on September 2012 as an analyst. In 2013 he became Fox Sports Live analyst. In 2014 it was announced that McNabb would provide color Commentary Alongside Dick Stockton for a few games during the 2014 NFL season for Fox.

Personal Life of Donovan McNab

In June 2003 McNabb got married to his college sweetheart Raquel Ann Sarah Nurse. The couple had their first child Alexis in 2004 followed by a twins Sariah and Donovan Jr. in 2008. They had another son Devin James in 2009.

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McNabb holds an undergraduate academic degree in speech communication from Syracuse University. He was one of the youngest trustees to have served in the institute’s Board of trustees. Donovan is currently serving as an athlete partner and on the advisory board for MODe Sports Nutrition.

McNabb was also an active player of basketball. He played the 1996 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament National Championship against the University of Kentucky.

Donovan was arrested for DUI following a traffic accident on June 28, 2015. He served 18 days in jail and the remainder under house arrest.

Donovan McNab: Engagement on the online world

Donovan has huge fan followers on his social media sites. He has more than 72.6K followers on his Twitter account, more than 56.6k followers on his Instagram and more than 60k followers on his Facebook page.


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