Donovan McNabb Tweet On Aaron Hernandez Career Getting Buzz - New York News

Donovan McNabb Tweet On Aaron Hernandez Career Getting Buzz

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A recent tweet by former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb is getting a lot of attention.

On Wednesday, the same day the New England Patriot's Aaron Hernandez was arrested and charged with murder, McNabb took to his Twitter account at 5:04 p.m. and posted the following question to his 29,000 followers:

Could this be the end of Aaron Hernandez NFL career? Your thoughts?

McNabb may be asking a very obvious question, since the Patriots immediately let Hernandez go.

The question was retweeted more than 400 times and favorited about 100 times by Twitter followers of "@donovanjmcnabb," who is a six-time Pro Bowler and now an NFL Network analyst.

Hernandez, who played tight end for New England, is being held without bail and his next court appearance is set for July 24.

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