NFL players involved in famous 4th and 26 play are in much different place now
One of the greatest plays in Philadelphia Eagles history is when Donovan McNabb completed a pass to Freddie Mitchell in the 2003-04 playoff game against the Green Bay Packers on 4th down and 26. The Eagles got the first down and went on to win the game 20-17.
So where are they now? I found out some interesting facts about the athletes that were involved in the play and how they're in a much different place in their lives now.
Donovan McNabb has turned himself in today to begin his 18 day jail sentence for DUI.
Freddie Mitchell is currently serving 37 months in prison for tax crimes.
Not only that, the man who made the tackle for the Green Bay Packers Darren Sharper, is serving 9 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting women.
Perhaps between the 3 of them, they can recreate the famous play in the next remake of “The Longest Yard.”