No, not that kind of job.
Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb could be hired soon, but it wouldn't be a football team doing the hiring.
Via Sports Business Journal's Liz Mullen:
SBJ: Veteran #NFL QB Donovan McNabb has signed with agent Mark Lepselter for broadcast work & is close to agreeing to a network job.
— Liz Mullen (@SBJLizMullen) September 3, 2012
McNabb said earlier this summer on NBC SportsTalk that he had "about three teams that I'm looking at", but no team at any point identified themselves as a team interested in McNabb…
…and we're still waiting.
The Inquirer's Peter Mucha makes an interesting observation that could mean McNabb is headed to the NFL Network.
Indeed, MAXX Sports & Entertainment, founded by Lepselter, not only lists McNabb as a client under "broadcasters" but IDs him as "Analyst – NFL Network."
McNabb does have a background in communications from Syracuse and has appeared multiple times as a guest analyst on assorted television shows. Perhaps his most notable appearance occurred on ESPN's First Take earlier this year. Fast forward to the 3:30 mark for an instant classic.
No word on how much Donovan would talk about himself if he actually does get a television gig.