In an interview conducted at halftime of "Thursday Night Football", McNabb -- who acknowledged reports that he asked for his release -- insisted that he didn't know his next landing spot.
"That is not correct," McNabb said when asked if he already knew where he would play. "I definitely asked for my release. There is no idea of where the next destination is.
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"I think the most important thing was for me first and foremost to do what was best for me and my family. And secondly, getting away from things. To get ready for the next chapter in the book. I'm very excited for the opportunity and ready for the next step."
When asked if he had any preferred destination, McNabb answered, "Yeah, all 31 teams."
More seriously, McNabb said he has prepared himself for this moment since being benched by the Vikings after six games.
"The mind-set from the past six or seven weeks or so is that I'm well rested," McNabb said. "Just preparing myself each and every day and staying abreast of things. So I think stepping into a new area would just be a continuation of what I've already started."
"Looking back and just knowing Donovan and knowing his history, I would not have done anything different," Frazier said. "He's been awesome (since his benching). He's been great with our players he's been a true pro. … He's a class guy, always has been"
McNabb threw for 1,026, four touchdowns and two interceptions while leading Minnesota to a 1-5 record. Ponder has led the Vikings to a 1-4 record while passing for 1,141 yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions.
McNabb has a $5.05 million contract this season and would cost a team about $1.5 million for the rest of the season.