Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb will not begin negotations on a contract extension until he sees what the team does to upgrade their roster and bring in more offensive firepower, ESPN reported Monday.
ESPN said that McNabb and his agent Fletcher Smith met with
coach Andy Reid and president Joe Banner last Tuesday to clear the air about Reid’s benching of McNabb in Week 12 against the Ravens in Baltimore.
McNabb has two more years left on his contract.
During McNabb’s tenure with the team, the Eagles have lost the NFC championship game four times and the Super Bowl once.
ESPN added that McNabb wants to see the team get help at wide receiver, running back and offensive tackle, or else McNabb might even ask for a trade.
McNabb passed for 3,916 yards with 23 touchdowns and 11 interceptions last season.