After a 38-10 blowout against the Carolina Panthers, the Philadelphia Eagles lost their starting quarterback when Donovan McNabb went down with a fractured rib. Now, they are bringing a familiar face back who once led the team to a magical run in 2006 when McNabb went down with an ACL injury. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, the Eagles have agreed to terms with Garcia, who was recently released from the Oakland Raiders. When McNabb suffered an ACL injury back in 2006, head coach Andy Reid took heat from the fans of Philadelphia for starting Garcia over A.J. Feeley, who helped the Eagles reach the playoffs in 2002. It should be interesting to see what happens with the Eagles now that they have Garcia on the roster. It’s even more interesting Garcia would agree to terms with the ...
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