Veteran QB and SMU alumni Josh McCown has decided to come out of retirement for another season.McCown and the Philadelphia Eagles have reportedly agreed on a deal.
After putting his broadcasting career on hold to play another season, he has said that he will continue that path after this season.
Josh McCown, who announced his retirement this summer to spend more time with family, is returning to play his 17th NFL season with the Eagles, per sources.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 17, 2019
McCown is signing a 1-year deal with the but plans to resume his broadcasting career with ESPN after season, per source.
Come the regular season, McCown will be venturing on his 17th season in the NFL, for his 8th team.
He shows a good sense of veteran leadership and can help the young quarterbacks in Philadelphia. He is still also a solid quarterback and can play in important games and big moments.
In 99 games played, McCown has a 60.2 completion percentage and 98 touchdowns.
How do you think McCown will fit in with Philly?
How many games do you think he will play?