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It was a monumental day at the NovaCare Complex on Monday. If you missed any of what transpired, we've got you covered here ...

The Eagles announced on Monday that Donovan McNabb will be the first quarterback to have his number retired by the franchise.

Dave Spadaro looked at how Donovan McNabb can take his rightful spot among the elite players in franchise history.

An infographic look at Donovan McNabb's career by the numbers.

What if McNabb had been picked No. 1 overall in 1999?

McNabb reflected on his career.

McNabb's former teammates weighed in on the quarterback's influence.

The Eagles made a roster move after linebacker Jason Phillips tore his ACL.

Head coach Chip Kelly said that there will be no tackling to the ground in Training Camp.

Here's what took place on the practice field Monday.

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Donovan McNabb retires as an Eagle; team retires his number.

McNabb's former teammates reflected on the honor.

Don't expect referees to slow down Chip Kelly's offense.

Linebacker Jason Phillips suffered a torn ACL.

It's a new look for the Eagles secondary.

Cornerback Brandon Boykin is looking great at both the slot and outside spots.

Could either Nick Foles or Michael Vick not be on the final roster?

Chip Kelly decides to not have full contact in Training Camp.

What does the defense look like after a week of Training Camp?

Former Eagles scout and NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah discussed the injury to Jeremy Maclin.

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