Jaworski Weighs In On McNabb Trade

Jaworski Weighs In On McNabb Trade
May 11, 2010, 2:44 pm
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Tuesday, May 11, 2010, 10:40 a.m.CSNwashington.comJaws Weighs In
ESPN analyst and former Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski has weighed in on Philadelphias decision to trade Donovan McNabb in general and to an NFC East rival in particular.Jaws conclusion: Trading McNabb was fine. Trading McNabb to the Redskins was not fine.I thought it was time, Jaws told the Atlantic City Press. But there is no way I would have traded him to a team in the same division.If I was making the trade, I would have shipped him to Oakland, St. Louis, Buffalo or any of the other teams that were interested. Not the Redskins.Jaworski went on to add that the Eagles consecutive losses at Dallas to end the season triggered an end to the McNabb Era and said 2010 could be a transition year for Philadelphia because of its youth.Mocking The NBA DraftThe NBA lottery isnt for another week but the mock draft is in full gear. The Wizards obviously hope to get some luck and move into the top two so they can select John Wall or Evan Turner, but if theyre stuck at No. 5, the projections have them selecting Kentuckys DeMarcus Cousins or Wake Forests Al Farouq-Aminu.The Hoop Doctors who obviously need some editing and spell-check help -- compare Farouq-Aminu to Atlantas Josh Smith.Needs to improve jump shot and get stronger, but at only 19 years old is an intriguing prospect.Hokies Now A ContenderBaltimores Malcolm Delaney made the right decision to withdraw from the NBA draft and return to Virginia Tech. And although the Hokies didnt make the last two NCAA tournaments, his presence make Seth Greenbergs team markedly better next year.Veteran ACC bard and former colleague David Teel of the Newport News Daily Press puts the Hokies second behind Duke.Somethings wrong if the Hokies endure another nervous Selection Sunday, Teel writes. Delaneys exit from the NBA draft makes them the only program to retain their top 10 scorers from last season.Teel has Maryland fifth in his rankings behind Duke, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Georgia Tech.Best Web Offer Ever
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