By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Washington Redskins have traded quarterback Donovan McNabb to the Minnesota Vikings. He lasted just one season in Washington.
In exchange for McNabb, the Redskins received a 2012 sixth-round draft pick. The pick will be No. 173 overall.
Plus, the Redskins received a conditional 2013 draft pick. This pick is tied to McNabb’s playing time.
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The more he plays, the stipulation tied to the draft pick will change.
McNabb went 5-8 as a starter in 13 games in Washington. Less than a year ago, he had signed a five-year extension with the team.
With the Redskins, McNabb has gone 275 of 472 for 3,377 yards. He had 14 touchdown passes and 15 interceptions.
He missed the final three games of the season. In his last game with the Redskins, he went 22 of 35 for 228 passing yards in a 17-16 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on December 12th, 2012. He also had two touchdown passes.
The Vikings had a lackluster season in 2010. The team had three quarterbacks, who threw a pass.
Future Hall of Famer Brett Favre started 13 games. He went 5-8 as a starter. Favre went 217 of 358 for 2,509 passing yards.
He also had 11 touchdown passes and 19 interceptions.
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Joe Webb went 1-1 as a starter. He appeared in five games, though. Webb went 54 of 89 for 477 yards. He had three interceptions.
Tarvaris Jackson went 0-1 as a starter. He had three appearances. He went 34 of 58 for 341 yards.
He had three touchdown passes and four interceptions.
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