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By PFW staff

Redskins QB Donovan McNabb has found a way to pass the time while he and his fellow players are engaged in a labor battle with NFL owners: become a college basketball analyst.

McNabb — who played for two seasons as a walk-on on the Syracuse basketball team while he was in school there, including in 1996 when the team made the National Championship game — will work for Comcast SportsNet Washington for the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament, appearing on various news shows on the network. His Orange are the third seed in the East Regional.

 

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