QB Donovan McNabb worked out with his former Eagles teammates on Wednesday, according to CSNPhilly.com. McNabb's future with the Redskins is in limbo during the lockout.
McNabb practiced with Jamaal Jackson, Austin Howard, Trevor Laws and Juqua Parker at the Power Train facility and then the Memorial Sports Complex in New Jersey.
"I'm just focused on working out, it's what I do in the offseason," McNabb told CSNPhilly.com. "(The Power Train) guys did a wonderful job of preparing those guys. So, I was just looking forward to it."
McNabb was in New Jersey for the dedication of The McNabb Family Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Voorhees Replacement Hospital.
The Eagles traded McNabb, the team's all-time leader in wins and multiple passing categories, to the Redskins last April. McNabb was benched for Rex Grossman and is not expected back with Washington in 2011.
McNabb was asked about his future. "I'm just working out right now," he said. "As you can see, I'm in some great shape and I'm only gonna get better."