As suspected Buffalo’s interest in Donovan McNabb as a trade option quickly fizzles if the veteran quarterback refuses to commit to a long term deal with the team. But now there’s news that even committing big money in a long term deal for McNabb might not be palatable to the Bills either.
The latest report is that the Bills do not want to part with a high draft pick (even #41 in round 2) for McNabb because they are rebuilding.
It also states that Bills owner Ralph Wilson has “balked” at the idea of just renting McNabb for one season with just one year left on his current contract and then committing big money to a 34-year old signal caller long term.
In all likelihood a long term commitment wouldn’t happen anyway as sources close to McNabb have said he would not be interested in signing a long term deal with a rebuilding franchise.
Tags: Donovan McNabb, Ralph Wilson
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