“We’re excited to have Donovan back on ESPN as a part of our Super Bowl coverage,” said ESPN senior coordinating producer Stephanie Druley. “We worked with him in previous years and he always has strong opinions and great insights on the game, the teams and especially the quarterback position.”
McNabb previously worked with ESPN during their coverage of Super Bowl XLIII two years ago in Tampa. He joins New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton as one of the 30 ESPN analysts that will be in Texas.
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