Donovan McNabb held his weekly conference call with reporters today. In the typical overly-guarded McNabb fashion he seemed to go out of his way not to really say anything of note beyond the usual cliches. But there were a few things that stood out.
On Kevin Kolb:
“It’s a tough situation. When a guy gets hurt, you would expect him to get an opportunity to step back in, but concussions are things you can’t really play with. It’s one that’s been a topic of conversation all year and all offseason. I’m sure they were really second guessing the move of trying to put him back out there, but in due time Kevin will be fine."
On Andy Reid:
“We’re good friends. He stuck his neck out and drafted me in ’99, we had a lot of success together, obviously we’ve been through some ups and downs together. You know, things happen. It’s unfortunate. Was I upset at the time? Absolutely. But I’ve moved on, I’ve learned to move on and focus on the job at hand."When did you get over the trade?
"Well, I was here the next morning after the trade to work out with the guys and spend time with them. I’ve moved on from it."