Donovan McNabb: "I was loved in Philadelphia" I wonder what zoners think about this! Especially DC, Hostile, & Slade! Posted by Michael David Smith on June 30, 2010 2:54 PM ET Donovan McNabb was booed by Eagles fans the day he was drafted and shipped to the Redskins this offseason, but for the 11 years in between, he says he felt that Philly fans treated him warmly -- and that he won't feel motivated for revenge against the Eagles when he plays them this year. "I was appreciated in Philadelphia," McNabb said in an interview with ESPN's Adam Schefter. "I think a lot of that is overblown. I was loved in Philadelphia." McNabb said he has no hard feelings toward Eagles coach Andy Reid, who decided this year to replace McNabb with Kevin Kolb as the Eagles' starter. "Andy and I are good friends, we've been good friends over 11 years," McNabb said. "I wish him luck." McNabb said he hopes "the excitement, the big plays, the smile" are some of the memories he and the fans of Philadelphia can share -- even if many of those fans were smiling more when McNabb left than when he arrived.