Donovan McNabb: '2011's gonna be a special season'
While John Beck and Rex Grossman have vied for air time on the radio waves in Washington D.C., anxious to have their Redskins story told, Donovan McNabb has remained silent.
Now, McNabb has spoken. The quarterback the Redskins traded for a year ago figures to be gone shortly after the lockout is ended. The veteran didn’t work out in his one season playing for Mike Shanahan, and he’s done a good job avoiding the spotlight in the offseason.
He’s surfaced, on something called The Real Robinson Report, a YouTube production of Seattle Seahawks running back Michael Robinson. A tip of the cap to Matt Terl, a blogger for the Redskins Web site, who found the message from McNabb, which you can watch here.
“For my Facetime: 2011 is different than 2010. For those who wanna sit back and dwell on what happened last year, so be it,” McNabb said. “But 2011's gonna be a special season. A season in which I feel that I've prepared myself well -- not just conditioning and strengthwise, but most importantly getting back to the fundamentals. And I look to display that in the 2011 season. And for those who feel like it can't be possible: I'll prove you wrong.”
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