Donovan McNabb Net Worth 2023: How Much Is McNabb Worth Now?

Donovan McNabb is a legendary former quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles who now finds himself under the spotlight yet again as a result of a recent sexual harassment scandal. During his football career, McNabb was always a gridiron great, leading the Eagles to five NFC East division championships, five NFC Championship Games, and Super Bowl XXXIX. Recently, McNabb was hit with a stiff shot of controversy as he was named in a sexual harassment suit alleging that he sent sexually explicit messages and comments to a female NFL Network employee.
McNabb was the Philadelphia Eagles’ resident quarterback from 1999 to 2009. He then ventured off to the Washington Redskins for a year and then spent a season with the Minnesota Vikings before officially retiring on July 29, 2013. How much money has McNabb made after all those years playing professional football? Let’s take a look…

Donovan McNabb Net Worth as of 2019: $35 Million

The 12-year NFL veteran has accumulated a total of $35 million worth of assets. The majority of his career was spent as a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. During his time with the Eagles, McNabb became the team’s all-time leader in pass attempts, pass completions, passing yards, and passing touchdowns. His career as a quarterback is one for the record books. He ran 3,469 career yards rushing, which ranks as the sixth all-time best record for an NFL quarterback.
Let’s take a quick look at Donovan McNabb’s road to riches…

1999 – 2008

After four successful years of playing football and basketball for Syracuse University, McNabb moved on to the big leagues as he was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999 as a quarterback. In 2000, McNabb ranked second in the Associated Press MVP voting. McNabb was a red-hot quarterback of the Eagles, advancing the team to the NFC Championship for the first time since 1980. During the off-season, McNabb was granted a  new contract worth $115 million over 1 years, with a $20.5 million signing bonus.
In 2004, McNabb led the Eagles to Super Bowl XXXIX against the New England Patriots. The Eagles lost in a very close encounter, with a final score of 24-21.
McNabb was then plagued with injuries, tearing his ACL and meniscus in his right knee, which put him on the shelf for the 2006 NFL season. Upon his return, his performance had declined.

2008 – Present

McNabb was already on his way out from the Eagles, but still performed spectacularly and led his team to the NFC Championship in 2009. During this time, he set a career high with 3,916 yards passing.
In 2010, he signed on with the Washington Redskins, where he had one of the worst years of his career. A year later, he signed on with the Minnesota Vikings, but didn’t stay with the team for very long after requesting his release from the team on December 1, 2011.
In September 2012, McNabb began his career as an analyst for the NFL Network. A year later, he moved on to Fox Sports Live, Fox Sports 1’s flagship program. He was also the FOX color commentator during a few games for the 2014 NFL season. After resigning from FOX in late 2015, he became an analyst for ESPN Radio as well as a lead analyst for beIN Sports college football coverage.
On December 12, 2017, McNabb was suspended from his job at ESPN following sexual harassment allegations. Jami Cantor, a former wardrobe stylist for the NFL Network, alleges that McNabb had sent her sexually-explicit messages and comments.


Donovan McNabb was fired from his job at ESPN for an allegation of sexual harassment against him at another network.


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