Sunday, July 5, 2015

McNabbs expecting: #4 for #5

Quick work for the Eagles QB and his wife, Raquel, whose twins are less than a year old.

McNabbs expecting: #4 for #5

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Talk about clock management!.

Eagles QB Donovan McNabb and his wife, Raquel, are expecting another child in December.

This represents mighty quick work.

On Dec. 2, 2008, they welcomed twins Sariah and Donovan Jr. and also have daughter, Alexis, born in September 2004. 

Today, the McNabbs announced a partnership with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Virtua Voorhees.

They've made a six-figure donation to help with the construction of a new NICU at the Virtua Voorhees replacement hospital, scheduled to open in 2011. In addition, Virtua Voorhees says, the family is committed to helping raise $2.5 million for additional funding for the project. The completed unit will be named the McNabb Family Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. All their kids were born at the hospital.

The college sweethearts met at Syracuse University and married in 2003.

(Post updated.)

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